Payroll – Club Mouche Odet http://club-mouche-odet.com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 18:53:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://club-mouche-odet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3.png Payroll – Club Mouche Odet http://club-mouche-odet.com/ 32 32 Accusation hinges on Trump Organization tax evasion case https://club-mouche-odet.com/accusation-hinges-on-trump-organization-tax-evasion-case/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 18:47:47 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/accusation-hinges-on-trump-organization-tax-evasion-case/ NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in the Trump Organization’s criminal tax evasion trial wrapped their case ahead of schedule on Monday, pinning hopes on convicting Donald Trump’s company largely on the word of two top executives who made deals before testifying that they were conspiring to avoid corporate taxes – paid benefits. Allen Weisselberg, the […]]]>

NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in the Trump Organization’s criminal tax evasion trial wrapped their case ahead of schedule on Monday, pinning hopes on convicting Donald Trump’s company largely on the word of two top executives who made deals before testifying that they were conspiring to avoid corporate taxes – paid benefits.

Allen Weisselberg, the company’s longtime chief financial officer, and Jeffrey McConney, senior vice president and comptroller, testified for the bulk of the prosecution’s eight-day case, bringing the drama of their own wrongdoings admitted to a heavy trial of numbers, spreadsheets, tax returns and payslips.

Weisselberg, who pleaded guilty in August to dodging taxes on an additional $1.7 million, had to testify as a prosecution witness under a plea deal in return for a promised five-year sentence. months in jail. McConney was granted immunity to testify.

Lawyers for the Trump Organization are expected to begin calling witnesses Monday afternoon, likely starting with an accountant who has handled years of tax filings and other financial matters for Trump, the Trump Organization and hundreds of businesses. entities.

Prosecutors had considered calling the accountant, Donald Bender, a partner at Mazars USA LLP, but decided against it. The defense said they would call him instead.

Prosecutors called only three other witnesses: the Trump Organization’s accounts payable supervisor, a forensic accountant with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and a state tax auditor, to the witness box on Monday, who investigated Weisselberg’s taxes.

Weisselberg, now a senior adviser to the firm, said last week that he conspired with McConney, his subordinate, to hide more than a decade of extras from his taxable income, but that neither Trump nor the family would were involved.

McConney testified that Weisselberg and another executive, Michael Calamari Sr., relied on him over the years to falsify payroll records to hide extras such as Manhattan apartments and Mercedes-Benz cars from their income. taxable, in part by reducing their wages for the cost of these benefits and issuing falsified W-2 forms.

Manhattan prosecutors allege the Trump Organization helped top executives avoid paying taxes on company-paid benefits and is responsible for Weisselberg’s wrongdoings because he was a “high-level agent.” direction” acting on its behalf.

The tax evasion case is the only lawsuit to stem from the Manhattan prosecutor’s three-year investigation into Trump and his business practices. If found guilty, the company could be fined more than $1 million and have difficulty closing deals.

Trump blamed Bender and Mazars for the company’s troubles, writing on his Truth Social platform last week: “The highly paid accounting firm should have picked these things up regularly – we relied on them.” THIS IS REALLY UNFAIR!”

Mazars cut ties with Trump in February and said the annual financial statements he prepares for him “should no longer be relied upon” after New York Attorney General Letitia James said they routinely misrepresent the value of assets.

James filed a lawsuit in September accusing Trump and his company of boosting his net worth by billions of dollars and misleading banks and others about the value of assets such as golf courses, hotels and his estate of Mar-a-Lago.

Trump’s financial statements are not part of the criminal case.

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With prison officials on his payroll, con man Sukesh Chandrashekhar was the ‘king’ of Tihar https://club-mouche-odet.com/with-prison-officials-on-his-payroll-con-man-sukesh-chandrashekhar-was-the-king-of-tihar/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 05:05:51 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/with-prison-officials-on-his-payroll-con-man-sukesh-chandrashekhar-was-the-king-of-tihar/ House ” To concentrate ” With prison officials on his payroll, con man Sukesh Chandrashekhar was the ‘king’ of Tihar By Shekhar Singh New Delhi, Nov 19 (SocialNews.XYZ) Multi-millionaire con artist Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who is currently being held in Mandoli prison in Delhi, was once in Tihar high security prison where he led a life […]]]>

By Shekhar Singh

New Delhi, Nov 19 (SocialNews.XYZ) Multi-millionaire con artist Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who is currently being held in Mandoli prison in Delhi, was once in Tihar high security prison where he led a life of luxury and ran its operations outdoors with ease. He turned his cell into an office.


Sukesh, who has been in custody since April 28, 2017, was initially held in prison no. 1 before being transferred to prison no. 7, 4, 8, 3, 10 and 4. However, the irresistible tendency of his criminal mind did not take hold even inside the high security prison.

Sukesh was jailed in Tihar in 2017 after duping TTV politician Dhinakaran out of Rs 50 crore.

Delhi Police Criminal Branch arrested Sukesh on Dhinakaran’s complaint and he was sent to jail.

What was amazing was that the scammer continued to racketeer from inside the premises of the largest prison complex in South Asia.

He is also accused of extorting Rs 200 crore from the family of former Fortis Healthcare and Ranbaxy Lab promoters Shivinder and Malvinder Singh from inside the prison premises.

But how did he do that? Certainly, there was internal help, but the price of this help was also too high.

A CCTV video of Sukesh’s cell has also gone viral on social media. In the video, he could be seen using a barracks alone, which was to be shared with dozens of other inmates.

Sources said he had access to a cell phone and the area around his bed was covered with curtains to hide stowaways.
CCTV camera activities that were in progress.

The sources added that the mobile phone had a SIM card from a foreign country for which he allegedly gave Rs 60-75 lakh per fortnight as a bribe to prison officials.

This phone was allegedly used for extortion-related calls from inside the prison and also to defraud businessmen detained inside the prison for a crime.

Later, the Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of the Delhi Police arrested five senior Tihar officials. However, the means adopted by Sukesh to defraud the former promoters of Fortis Healthcare and Ranbaxy Lab had been extremely “impressive”.

Sukesh, while calling Shivinder’s wife, pretended to be Union legal secretary Anoop Kumar and offered to help her get her husband’s bail.

In August 2020, he used a spoofing app to pretend he was calling from the home of then Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. Before disconnecting each call, Sukesh used to say “Jai Hind”.

Not to mention that all of this happened from inside the prison. Using a cell phone inside a prison is a concern, however, it can be solved with the use of apt technology.

The EOW also discovered that on a few occasions guests were also allegedly allowed into his jail cell.

According to the EOW indictment filed in 2021, he paid around Rs 25-30 crore to prison officials and staff in about a year for an uninterrupted lifestyle and necessities.

The prison officials facilitated his luxury, arranged for him to meet high profile prisoners inside the prison premises, including the Chandra brothers, Karti Chidambaram, Moin Quraishi and Ratul Puri among others.

According to the sources, Sukesh sometimes used the “cell-turned-office” of imprisoned Unitech Group owner Sanjay Chandra, who the scammer allegedly got close to.

Notably, the Enforcement Branch, in a petition to the Supreme Court, mentioned that Sukesh repeatedly committed offenses including money laundering while incarcerated by subverting the judicial system and prison rules. using his knowledge of technology and his “ability to defraud people”.

According to the sources, Nikki Tamboli, famous of “Big Boss”, Chahat Khanna, Sophia Singh and Arusha Patil, famous of “Bade Acche Lagte Hai”, met Sukesh in the premises of Tihar and he introduced himself as a producer of the southern film industry.

In October this year, taking a strong stance against the deep-rooted link between criminals and prison authorities, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi (LG) VK Saxena granted approval to the EOW to investigate 82 officials of the Delhi prison department in the context of preventing corruption. (POC) Act of 1988.

Recently, Sukesh in a series of letters to LG also alleged that he met several times with Satyendar Jain, the leader of the AAP who is also in Tihar.

He even claimed that Jain in 2017 came to visit him in jail, during which he even spoke to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on an iPhone provided by the head of the AAP in which the name has was registered as the AK-2.

“After my arrest in 2017 for the two-pronged symbol bribery case, I was incarcerated in Tihar prison and was visited by Satyendar Jain, who held the portfolio of Minister of Prison, repeatedly asking me if I disclosed anything related to my contribution to AAP to the investigative agency that arrested me,” one of the letters Sukesh wrote to LG said.

Sandeep Goel, the prison’s chief executive, was transferred this month after allegations emerged that he helped Sukesh.

In another letter to LG, the scammer also alleged that he paid Rs 12.50 crore to Goel to live a luxurious life in jail.

Source: IANS

With prison officials on his payroll, con man Sukesh Chandrashekhar was the 'king' of Tihar

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Phillies have payroll flexibility to add another high-priced player, says Dave Dombrowski https://club-mouche-odet.com/phillies-have-payroll-flexibility-to-add-another-high-priced-player-says-dave-dombrowski/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 22:43:17 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/phillies-have-payroll-flexibility-to-add-another-high-priced-player-says-dave-dombrowski/ Even before team officials sat down this week for a series of offseason scouting meetings, the Phillies had committed to five players – Bryce Harper, Zack Wheeler, JT Realmuto, Nick Castellanos and Kyle Schwarber – for next season at a total cost of approximately $112 million. Do they really have the payroll flexibility to sign […]]]>

Even before team officials sat down this week for a series of offseason scouting meetings, the Phillies had committed to five players – Bryce Harper, Zack Wheeler, JT Realmuto, Nick Castellanos and Kyle Schwarber – for next season at a total cost of approximately $112 million.

Do they really have the payroll flexibility to sign another high-paying free agent?

“I think we have flexibility,” president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park. “We’re losing a few guys who made a lot of money. In fact, more than one. We have some flexibility.

READ MORE: Phillies’ Bryce Harper to undergo elbow surgery next week

In other words, Trea Turner can expect a call from the Phillies.

Same with fellow star free agent shortstops Xander Bogaerts, Dansby Swanson and Carlos Correa.

The Phillies have spent as much money on free agency as almost any team in the past four years, even pushing the payroll above the luxury tax threshold this year for the first time in history. of the franchise. And after dropping two wins before a World Series title, it doesn’t look like they’re going to stop now.

“We’re going to push the needle and try to win,” Dombrowski said. “I mean, we’re close, right? We will try to win. »

The Phillies finished the season with a payroll of about $243 million, which will result in a luxury tax penalty of $2.6 million, according to Associated Press estimates. If they stay above the threshold, which rises to $233 million (from $230 million) next year, they would pay a 30% surcharge, up from 20% this year as a first-time offender.

Dombrowski declined to say whether owner John Middleton had allowed the luxury tax bar to be crossed again, although Middleton has always said he was willing to do so for the chance to win a World Series. After coming so close, he’s unlikely to write off the payroll now.

The Phillies have a vacancy in midfield after turning down second baseman Jean Segura’s $17 million option. Dombrowski and manager Rob Thomson said separately Wednesday that they were comfortable moving Bryson Stott to second base and using Edmundo Sosa in the field at shortstop. But that’s almost certainly more posturing than reality.

READ MORE: Getting $100m man Nick Castellanos for 2023 is a priority for the Phillies

Additionally, the Phillies have over $50 million off the books, including Segura and shortstop Didi Gregorius, who were still paid by the Phillies after being released in August. They have other needs beyond shortstop, with Dombrowski citing at least one mid-rotation starting pitcher and some bullpen plays.

But the Phillies could sign Turner, for example, who will aim to beat the average annual salary of $32.5 million that shortstop Corey Seager received last year from the Texas Rangers, and who still has some money left. money to spend in other areas.

“I don’t know if I’d be surprised if we didn’t end up with [one of] them,” Thomson said of the four-star shortstops. “It all depends on the market and what Dave, [general manager] Sat [Fuld]and John wants to spend.

No matter what happens, it looks like the Phillies are leaning towards moving Stott to second base. He went 372 innings at second base and ranked three outs over average, according to Statcast. At shortstop, Stott went 658⅓ innings and went three outs under par.

“I asked Bryson at the end of the year, I said, ‘Which do you prefer: shortstop or second base? ‘” Thomson said. “He said, ‘Major League’. He said, ‘I don’t care.’ He prepares to do anything.

Dombrowski said the Phillies are “keeping a spot open for a youngster” in the starting rotation. That could mean 19-year-old top prospect Andrew Painter, although Dombrowski has also named left-handers Bailey Falter and Cristopher Sánchez as candidates to win the job. The vaunted right-handers Mick Abel and Griff McGarry will also have looks at spring training.

READ MORE: Will the Phillies’ Andrew Painter be the next teenage phenom in 2023?

Painter, who has pitched 109⅔ innings since the Phillies drafted him out of high school in the first round in 2021, will be the fifth most intriguing starting candidate. He just finished a 1.56 ERA in 22 starts across three minor league tiers. But Falter can have the inside lane on a job after posting a 3.86 ERA in 16 starts, including a 2.54 mark while Wheeler was sidelined with an elbow inflammation.

“I know Falter can do it because he did it for us this year,” Thomson said. “I’m comfortable with Bailey and I’ve seen Sánchez. He’s been a bit inconsistent at times. I’ve seen him pitch very well. I haven’t seen Painter pitch, but I’ve just heard reports rave about him.

“You always have to have young guys in your rotation or in your lineup so that you are young and energetic and turn it around all the time. I think it is important.

Either way, Dombrowski said the Phillies would buy at least one experienced starter. He didn’t rule out a meeting with Zach Eflin, who turned down his half of a $15 mutual option and will try to do better in the free agent market.

“We love Zach,” Dombrowski said. “We like him very much. The door is by no means closed to him. It would just be a matter of what someone does contractually and what we do contractually.

Dombrowski on a possible long-term contract extension for Aaron Nola: “I would just say that we would like to have him here in the organization for a long time.” Nola can be a free agent after next season. … Dombrowski said Wheeler, who faced what the Phillies called “fatigue” during the World Series, is in good health.

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Online Payroll Services Market Forecast, Trend Analysis to 2028 |, Intuit, Adp, Ioipay – The C-Drone Review https://club-mouche-odet.com/online-payroll-services-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028-intuit-adp-ioipay-the-c-drone-review/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 05:04:34 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/online-payroll-services-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028-intuit-adp-ioipay-the-c-drone-review/ “The Market research intelligence has added a new statistical market report to its repository titled Online Payroll Services Market. It provides an overview of the industry with market growth analysis with historical and futuristic perspective for the following parameters; cost, revenue, demand and supply data (if applicable). Moreover, the report also sheds light on recent […]]]>

“The Market research intelligence has added a new statistical market report to its repository titled Online Payroll Services Market. It provides an overview of the industry with market growth analysis with historical and futuristic perspective for the following parameters; cost, revenue, demand and supply data (if applicable). Moreover, the report also sheds light on recent developments and technological platforms, besides distinctive tools and methodologies that will help propel the performance of the industries. The report also presents forecasts of investments in online payroll services from 2022 to 2028.

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‘RBI Machine’ Jose Abreu could leave the Chicago White Sox as a free agent https://club-mouche-odet.com/rbi-machine-jose-abreu-could-leave-the-chicago-white-sox-as-a-free-agent/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 14:03:53 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/rbi-machine-jose-abreu-could-leave-the-chicago-white-sox-as-a-free-agent/ Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox during a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, … [+] California, Saturday, September 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved Right-handed hitter Jose Abreu has enjoyed great success as the “face” of the Chicago White Sox franchise. Abreu, who turns […]]]>

Right-handed hitter Jose Abreu has enjoyed great success as the “face” of the Chicago White Sox franchise.

Abreu, who turns 36 in January, has now entered free agency.

Abreu has only played for the White Sox since joining the big leagues in 2014.

A three-time American League All Star, Abreu signed a 3-year, $50 million contract with the White Sox in 2020. The club must now decide whether to make him a new contract offer or allow him to leave. leave the club. door and sign with a new team.

About Jose Abreu:

When he was just 16, Abreu started playing in the Cuban National Seire, the top professional baseball league in Cuba.

In 2010–11, at the age of 23, Abreu won the league MVP award after hitting 33 homers and making 93 runs for his team Elefantes de Cienfuegos.

Abreu was among a number of players who left Cuba in August 2013 and MLB declared him an international free agent.

Abreu worked for teams in the Dominican Republic and eventually signed with the White Sox for a hefty $10 million investment.

Remarkably, Abreu did not play minor league baseball for the White Sox. At 27, he went straight from .345 with 19 home runs and 60 RBIs in 2012-13, his final year with Cienfuegos in Cuba, to parent club the White Sox in 2014.

At 6-foot-3, 235 pounds, Abreu provided the White Sox with the kind of power hitter they needed in the middle of their roster.

Abreu won the 2014 American League Rookie of the Year award.

In nine seasons with the White Sox, Abreu hit .292/.354/.507/.860 in 5,506 plate appearances, spanning 1,270 games.

Without a doubt, Abreu was a team leader and a mentor to the other team members.

An explosive hitter, Abreu hit 243 homers and drove in 863 carries. Not counting the shortened 2020 pandemic season, Jose Abreu has completed at least 100 races on six occasions. His highest total was 123 in 2019.

With the exception of the pandemic year, he has scored at least 30 doubles every season.

The 2020 season may have been the best of Abreu’s career. It was a season with honors and awards.

He won the 2020 American League Hank Aaron Award, which recognizes the best hitter in each league.

Abreu was the American League’s Most Valuable Player of 2020. He was named All Major League Baseball team first baseman that year.

In addition to his three All Star matches, Abreu has won three prestigious Silver Slugger Awards.

Scouting José Abreu:

For this scout, Abreu has one of the smoothest and easiest swings among big league power hitters. He keeps things simple.

As seen in the image above, Abreu never got sucked into using an overswing to get loft on the ball. Rather, he uses a very measured approach and strives to find the barrel of the bat with his strong wrists and hands. He lets the ball travel deep into the area and lets his strength prevail.

Abreu doesn’t have the greatest batting speed, but his upper body is so strong he can propel the ball and generate backspin and carry with his superb tracking and extension.

Abreu thrives under pressure and with runners on the base. He is very tough, as he tracks the ball out of the thrower’s hand and recognizes pitches quickly.

A patient hitter, Abreu makes good contact and takes advantage of his size and strength as the focal points of his approach.

Defensively, Abreu was better than average at first base, but he won’t win a Golden Glove. He is competent and efficient.

Abreu is slow and his lack of speed is the weakest part of his game. But he more than makes up for his slowness with his loud and dangerous bat.

The market for Jose Abreu:

As Abreu continued to produce offensive results last season, his home run total fell to 15 from 30 in 2021. His RBI total went from 117 to 75. With 679 plate appearances, he went at the plate 20 more times last season. However, he hit less and walked more.

To this observer, his bat seemed a bit slower, especially in the first half of the season. However, his discipline at the plate continued to be superb and he finished the season with a .305 average. His offensive production would have been very well received by most baseball hitters.

The White Sox have first base candidates for both right-handed hitter Andrew Vaughn and left-handed hitter Gavin Sheets. Sheets may have found a home in right field, but like Vaughn, he’s a natural first baseman. The White Sox may think it’s time for them to move to Vaughn or Sheets at first base.

At his age, a team is unlikely to offer Abreu more than a two-year deal. Estimates of its annual value are expected to be between $18 million and $20 million.

For this writer, it doesn’t look like the White Sox will make a bid to retain Abreu. This situation could certainly change.

Chicago Cubs:

Reports indicate the Chicago Cubs have a strong interest in signing Abreu.

This scout watched young Cubs prospect Matt Mervis in the Arizona Fall League. The left-handed hitter has exceptional power, and he would certainly fill the Cubs’ need for a young, powerful and dynamic hitter in the middle of the roster.

Abreu could be a great bridge if the Cubs feel that 24-year-old Mervis isn’t considered completely ready to take over first base for the Cubs.

As of their current November roster, Fangraphs predicts the Cubs will have a payroll of $130 million in 2023, down $16 million from last season. Abreu can meet the payroll needs of the team.

Cleveland Guardians:

The Cleveland Guardians, who won the American League Central Division by 11 games against the White Sox, need a powerful, right-handed first baseman.

Even though he’s getting older, Abreu is filling Cleveland’s unmet need.

Would the Guardians spend $18-20 million on Abreu? Probably not. But he could be very hard-hitting on a young roster that needs an extra power-bat to help All Star third baseman Jose Ramirez make runs.

Even with his home run total down, Abreu fits the bill. He always drives in races, and that’s what Cleveland needs.

The Guardians are expected to spend $72 million on payroll next season. They have arbitration-eligible players who could inflate that number. Whether Cleveland will add a significant payroll to sign a free agent remains to be seen.

San Diego Padres:

The San Diego Padres flirted with a deep playoff run, but they didn’t cross the finish line.

The Padres have solid rotation and good pitching, but they could use a hard-hitting bat at first base. Like Cleveland, their offense is promising, but they need a big bat to support Manny Machado and newly acquired Juan Soto.

It doesn’t seem like money is an issue for the Padres. A reasonable short-term contract for Jose Abreu is suitable.

The Padres are expected to spend $187 million in payroll next year, down $27 million from this season. Enter Abreu? It seems very possible.

Milwaukee Brewers:

Yes, the Brewers have Rowdy Tellez to play first base, but Abreu would add the extra power/RBI bat the team needs.

Frankly, Tellez and Abreu would make a good combination at first base/designated hitter, alternating at those two positions.

The Brewers have Tyrone Taylor and Garrett Mitchell set to join their starting lineup. For this writer, the two could be in an outfield rotation for the Brewers at reasonable wages, keeping the payroll low enough to afford Abreu.

As it stands, the Brewers have an estimated payroll of $118 million, down from $137 million this year. Since they need an offensive jolt, Abreu can be a very good answer.

Seattle Mariners:

The titular first baseman Ty France is a versatile player. He can play multiple positions for the Mariners, moving elsewhere to accommodate Abreu.

The Mariners think they’re about to go further and further in the playoffs. Abreu can help them achieve this goal.

They have an estimated payroll of $132 million in 2023, leaving room for Abreu. It just makes sense to add the firepower and RBI bat the Mariners need to go further.

Conclusion :

It looks like the Chicago White Sox are preparing to part ways with “RBI machine” Jose Abreu.

Guys with a history of driving in races like Abreu don’t come around very often.

Abreu is an aging star, but he still has enough firepower in his bat to attract a team that needs offense. Several clubs could use his bat at first base.

To this observer, it would appear that the Chicago White Sox’s long distance rival, the Chicago Cubs, may make the most compelling offer for the services of Jose Abreu.

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David Y.Ige | DLIR PRESS RELEASE: Unemployment Trust Balance Increases to $205 Million https://club-mouche-odet.com/david-y-ige-dlir-press-release-unemployment-trust-balance-increases-to-205-million/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 23:25:21 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/david-y-ige-dlir-press-release-unemployment-trust-balance-increases-to-205-million/ DLIR PRESS RELEASE: Unemployment Trust Balance Increases to $205 Million Published on November 4, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room HONOLULU – The State of Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) today announced that the Unemployed Compensation Trust Fund (UCTF) balance is $205 million. Due to the unprecedented volume of […]]]>

DLIR PRESS RELEASE: Unemployment Trust Balance Increases to $205 Million

Published on November 4, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room

HONOLULU – The State of Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) today announced that the Unemployed Compensation Trust Fund (UCTF) balance is $205 million. Due to the unprecedented volume of unemployment insurance claims resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, $600 million from the UCTF was quickly depleted and $847 million of federal pandemic funding was used to avoid that employers pay accrued interest on US Department of Labor loans. (Title XII).

“DLIR has paid nearly $6.5 billion in unemployment insurance benefits and assistance as a critical part of the safety net during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Governor David Ige said. “With the assistance of the Legislative Assembly, we have minimized significant impacts to our business community and managed the fund to a positive balance.”

Hawaii’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) program is funded exclusively by employers through state and federal payroll taxes. The system is designed to replenish the unemployment insurance fund during periods of economic growth in anticipation of high unemployment during recessions. Payroll taxes go up and down depending on the state of the unemployment insurance safety net. Currently, other states owe the US Treasury billions for unemployment insurance loans, including California at $18 billion and New York at $8 billion. Employers in these states pay escalating rates of federal unemployment insurance taxes to cover loans and interest, up to a maximum of $420 per employee per year.

“Governor. Ige has also allocated $42.5 million to expand the Hawaii Unemployment Insurance Modernization Project (HUI-MOD),” said Anne Perreira-Eustaquio, Director of DLIR. of the scope of the HUI Mod project to replace the aging core system strengthens the user interface safety net and prepares it for the next economic downturn.”

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It’s not too late to claim the employee retention tax credit https://club-mouche-odet.com/its-not-too-late-to-claim-the-employee-retention-tax-credit/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:15:27 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/its-not-too-late-to-claim-the-employee-retention-tax-credit/ For 2020, an employer with 100 or fewer full-time employees (measured in 2019) can use all eligible payroll costs to determine the amount of the credit. If the number of employees exceeds 100, the credit is limited to eligible costs paid to employees who have been terminated or are not working for the company. For […]]]>

For 2020, an employer with 100 or fewer full-time employees (measured in 2019) can use all eligible payroll costs to determine the amount of the credit. If the number of employees exceeds 100, the credit is limited to eligible costs paid to employees who have been terminated or are not working for the company. For 2021, the number of employees increases to 500 or a few employees to be able to claim all eligible salary costs.

An employer calculates their credit using wages subject to social security contributions and amounts paid by the employer to provide a group health plan. These eligible costs are capped at $10,000 per employee per quarter.

The credit for 2020 is 50% of eligible costs per employee up to a maximum of $5,000. Regardless of the number of quarters in 2020 that the employer is eligible for the CIFE, the credit cannot exceed $5,000 per employee.

The ERTC is much more generous in 2021 and is limited to 70% of eligible costs per employee up to a maximum of $7,000. Unlike in 2020, the cap on eligible costs per employee applies each quarter in 2021. Assuming an employer is eligible for all 3 quarters of 2021 and an employee has eligible salary costs of at least 10,000 $ per quarter, the employer credit is $7,000 per quarter. , or a total of $21,000 for this employee.

If a business has received a PPP loan, the payroll costs used to obtain forgiveness of that loan are not eligible for ERTC.

Certain so-called “turnaround start-up” employers are eligible for the ERTC for the fourth quarter of 2021 in addition to the other quarters of the ERTC program. A takeover start-up is a business that began operations after February 15, 2020 and has average annual gross revenue of less than $1 million.

Applications for ERTC are made by amending the Quarterly Federal Income Tax Return, Form 941, for each qualifying quarter. Amended payroll statements must be mailed to the IRS, and due to IRS processing backlogs, employers are waiting an average of nine to 12 months for refunds. The ERTC is fully refundable even if the payroll taxes paid by the employer for that quarter are less than the credit.

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A problem in the ministry’s payroll system is delaying the payment of teachers https://club-mouche-odet.com/a-problem-in-the-ministrys-payroll-system-is-delaying-the-payment-of-teachers/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 12:26:21 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/a-problem-in-the-ministrys-payroll-system-is-delaying-the-payment-of-teachers/ DWYER…the department became aware of the error on Thursday morning and immediately ran some checks and discovered that the payroll file had been inadvertently uploaded to the wrong category A problem in the Ministry of Education and Youth’s payment system, caused by human error, meant that teachers in Region 7 – encompassing the parish of […]]]>

DWYER…the department became aware of the error on Thursday morning and immediately ran some checks and discovered that the payroll file had been inadvertently uploaded to the wrong category

A problem in the Ministry of Education and Youth’s payment system, caused by human error, meant that teachers in Region 7 – encompassing the parish of Clarendon – did not receive their monthly salaries at the October 25 due date.

The Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA), in a statement released on Thursday, said it was “highly unacceptable” that several categories of teachers had yet to receive their monthly salaries, more than two days after the due date. payments.

The Permanent Secretary of the Department for Education, Maureen Dwyer, told the Jamaica Observer Thursday that the department became aware of the error on Thursday morning and immediately carried out checks and discovered that the payroll file had been inadvertently uploaded to the wrong category.

“So that [payroll file] was uploaded under “bimonthly” category when it should have been uploaded under “monthly” payment… We contacted the Accountant General’s Department [AGD] and they told us we didn’t see the file where it should have been. They did their investigation and they located the file and it was properly routed to the monthly payments. So we were able to correct that at 10:30 this morning [Thursday] and then the AGD was able to tell the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) that the payments could be made,” she explained.

She said the AGD, after asking the BOJ to speed up the payment process, confirmed that payments would start reflecting in some accounts by 8:00 p.m. Thursday and that all payments should be made by Friday after -midday.

“Teachers who are paid through the National Commercial Bank (NCB) would see their [salary] reflected first and then, for others who are paid from their accounts in building societies and credit unions, it would take a little longer because it will be a transfer from the bank,” he said. she declared.

JTA also said in its statement that neither the association nor the board of any institution had received any communication from the ministry informing about the delay.

But Dwyer said she has since spoken to the union’s general secretary as well as the president.

“I had conversations with them and sent them the correspondence that we received from the accountant general. We just wanted it to be very transparent so that they understand exactly what happened,” he said. she stated.

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Payroll issues persist at Bureau of Juvenile Justice, audit finds https://club-mouche-odet.com/payroll-issues-persist-at-bureau-of-juvenile-justice-audit-finds/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 23:40:10 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/payroll-issues-persist-at-bureau-of-juvenile-justice-audit-finds/ According a legislative auditor’s report released Wednesday. In what was noted as the third consecutive review, the audit found that the state’s Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) “did not maintain adequate internal controls over time and attendance for s ensure that accurate data has been entered and processed in the payroll system”. The audit involved […]]]>

According a legislative auditor’s report released Wednesday.

In what was noted as the third consecutive review, the audit found that the state’s Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) “did not maintain adequate internal controls over time and attendance for s ensure that accurate data has been entered and processed in the payroll system”.

The audit involved a review of 30 time and attendance records sampled from January 2020 to July 2022. The following discrepancies were found in six records:

  • The records of three employees did not agree with an auditor’s calculations for time off, shift changes and overtime earned.
  • An employee was paid for eight hours of work instead of eight hours of sick leave.
  • Three employees, including some mentioned above, did not have the required signatures on 10 leave sheets, one time sheet and one overtime form.

The audit attributed the errors to supervisors missing errors and administrators who failed to verify information on payroll records.

In its response to the audit, the Bureau of Juvenile Justice concurred with its findings.

“The agency has experienced a turnover in timing-related positions as well as supervisory ranks over the past two years,” OJJ Undersecretary Gearry Williams wrote in his response. “We will continue to work with management teams, at all of our sites, to provide training related to time and attendance.”

In the same review, auditors noted improvements in other areas of the state’s Office of Juvenile Justice. Specifically, they reported effective controls on agency acquisition cards for office supplies and administrative expenses, travel expenses, medical service contracts, and placement services such as meals, counseling and educational programs.

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Skuad Payroll Platform Raises $15M to Boost Global Expansion | AsiaTechDaily https://club-mouche-odet.com/skuad-payroll-platform-raises-15m-to-boost-global-expansion-asiatechdaily/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 10:52:30 +0000 https://club-mouche-odet.com/skuad-payroll-platform-raises-15m-to-boost-global-expansion-asiatechdaily/ Bookmark(0) Please login to mark No account yet? Register Singapore-based job and payroll platform Squad announced that it has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round led by a Southeast Asian venture capitalist. A US strategic investor specializing in recruitment and two major global payment platforms also participated in the funding round alongside […]]]>

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Singapore-based job and payroll platform Squad announced that it has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round led by a Southeast Asian venture capitalist.

A US strategic investor specializing in recruitment and two major global payment platforms also participated in the funding round alongside existing investors BEENEXT, Anthemis as well as other leading angel investors.

This funding follows the $4 million funding round in December 2020, bringing the total capital raised to $19 million, according to the announcement.

The brainchild of Sundeep Sahi, Skuad was founded in 2020 with the sole purpose of simplifying the process of finding and managing the right talent while removing the limitations of boundaries.

While pandemic-induced lockdowns and the “work from home” situation have enabled the rise of distributed work models and global teams, they have also created a unique set of challenges for organizations that were accustomed to a traditional “office” configuration.

Skuad enables companies to build global and distributed teams by recruiting top talent across borders (without creating a legal entity). Its suite of services includes onboarding, payroll, benefits, taxes, and local compliance (at a fraction of the usual cost and time).

“The way people work and companies hire has changed,” said Sundeep Sahi, Founder and CEO of Skuad. “Our mission is to improve lives by democratizing opportunity and talent globally. We started Skuad because we realized talent was everywhere but opportunities weren’t.

Over the past two years, Skuad has experienced exceptional growth – with customers in 34 countries (>50% from North America and Europe), talent in 94 countries (>80% from emerging economies) and a growth multiplied by 3 of the ARR since January 2022.

Additionally, given Skuad’s affordable pricing plans – starting at $199 per employee per month for payroll and $499 per employee per month for talent discovered through the integrated platform – their clients range from emerging startups and start-ups to large companies.

These companies have built their global teams on Skuad’s platform and process over $120 million in payroll and payments worldwide in over 50 currencies.

Skuad has also expanded its leadership team with experienced recruits across all verticals (product, sales, and operations), which has resulted in brand visibility and major customer wins in the United States and around the world. EU in no time.

To further its mission, Skuad is also finalizing its acquisition of Codejudge, a data-driven talent assessment platform that automates the technical interview process.

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