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May 2020

In this month’s edition: Governor Allows Some Businesses to Reopen; Second Round of PPP Funding; OSHA Guidelines for the Construction Industry

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April 2020

In this month’s edition: What Employers Need to Know About Their Business & COVID-19

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March 2020

In this month’s edition: Clarification on Commercial Rent Tax; 2020 IRS Mileage Rate; New Employees Must be Reported; Does the State of Florida Have Money That Belongs to You?; Contractors: Include Your License Number on Advertising

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February 2020

In this month’s edition: Florida Reemployment Tax Rates For 2020 Released; Free Webinar For Businesses On Florida Sales Tax; Attention Corporations and LLC’s: Beware of Scam Email About Your Annual Report; Legislature Considering E-Verify Requirement For Employers

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January 2020

In this month’s edition: Florida Workers’ Comp Rates Decrease While Minimum Wage Increases for 2020; More Workers Will Get Overtime Pay in 2020; New W-4 Tax Withholding Form; State Sales Tax Rate on Rent Decreases to 5.5% for 2020

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December 2019

In this month’s edition: Your Free 2020 Florida Minimum Wage Poster Enclosed With Newsletter; What are the 7 Things You Should Do When You Hire a New Employee?; Do You Need Workers’ Comp Insurance That is “A” Rated?

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November 2019

In this month’s edition: State Minimum Wage Increasing Again for 2020; Workers’ Comp Insurance Policy Prices Will Decrease in 2020; How to Handle Overtime Pay for a Work Week with a Paid Holiday; Do You Work in the Construction Industry? If So, You Need to Understand Your Obligations Under Worker’ Compensation Law; Workers’ Comp Exemptions Expire Every 2 Years

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October 2019

In this month’s edition: Is Your Workers’ Comp Exemption in Jeopardy?; More Workers Will Be Eligible For Overtime Pay in 2020; Free Seminars On Workers’ Comp And Workplace Safety

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September 2019

In this month’s edition: Workers’ Compensation Rate Decrease of -5.4% Proposed for 2020; Minimum Wage Could Be $15 An Hour Under Proposed Constitutional Amendment; “Wash Your Hands” Poster Available From FUBA; Attention Employers With 50 or More Employees: Employees Must Receive Leave

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August 2019

In this month’s edition: Are You a Registered Contractor? If So, Your State License Must be Renewed by August 31st; Do You Have the 2019 Florida Minimum Wage Poster Displayed at Your Place of Business?; Is Your Workers’ Comp Insurance with FUBA? It Should Be.

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