CPA's Guide to 2017 Compliance Updates
CPA's Guide to 2017 Compliance Updates

CPA's Guide to 2017 Compliance Updates

Having trouble keeping up with the latest compliance updates? You’re not alone. Increased compliance changes mean more questions from clients and greater uncertainty.

You need a dedicated partner to help you navigate the complex questions and help make your job easier. Paycor is that dedicated partner.

Our 2017 CPA Compliance Guide provides:

  • Deferred compensation updates
  • Mileage rate increases
  • Minimum wage information
  • Unemployment taxable wages

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