5 Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement

You’ve spent a lifetime planning your retirement goals, contributing to your 401(k) and perhaps investing additional assets in IRAs and other accounts. Now, you’re finally on the verge of retiring. However, you may be surprised to find that retirement planning doesn’t stop once you retire. To keep your life and retirement goals on track, here…

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Social Security Scam Targets Retirees

The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about a new Social Security Administration (SSA) employee impersonation scheme.   SSA and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) have recently alerted citizens about an OIG employee impersonation scheme and a scheme targeting former clients of Kentucky disability attorney Eric Conn;…

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Tips for Keeping Your Church Data Secure

Churches can be a popular target of cyber criminals. Thousands of attacks happen every day, successful ones can cost organizations hundreds of thousands of dollars. Fortunately, there are effective measures you can take to prevent hackers, scammers, and other ne’er-do-wells from compromising your network, stealing information, and harming your organization, employees, clients, or customers.  Here are…

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Pros and Cons of PTO

Is it better to offer one bank of Paid Time Off (PTO) or to offer separate vacation and sick leave to employees? There is no one-size fits all answer as having one PTO bank comes with both benefits and disadvantages. Check out this infographic to learn more.

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Final Paycheck Laws Guide (State-by-State)

Employers in the United States of America are not required by federal law to give former employees their final paycheck immediately upon termination. Some states, however, may require immediate payment. The timeframes for distributing final paychecks vary based on which party initiates the employment separation in many states. Download Guide

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The Hottest Benefit of 2017?

With more and more college graduates entering the workforce and more and more of them graduating with substantial debt, some churches are enticing prospective employees with a student loan repayment benefit.   Over 70% of college graduates have student loan debt, 76% of respondents to a 2015 American Student Assistance survey said the benefit would be…

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Form I-9s: How-To-Complete

All employees, including church employees, must fill out Form I-9 to prove they can legally work here. The United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) has provided a list of documents that will acceptably establish an employee’s identity and employment authorization, either alone or when presented with other documents. Some of these forms expire, and will…

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Five Tips for Effective Meetings

If you want to get a snapshot of your organization’s efficiency and the health of its culture, look at your meetings. Are they efficient and productive? Do their results justify the time and expense? Are meetings an occasion for collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and team-building? Or are they a waste of time and a cause of needless…

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