Reno, Nev. (October 28, 2009) – The IRS will begin auditing the employment taxes paid by 5,000 randomly selected employers in November 2009. The audit program will be conducted over a 3-year period, with a focus in these four areas: worker classification; fringe benefits; reimbursed expenses; and compensation of owner employees.
Here is a very brief overview of just a few of the other new regulatory issues construction companies now have to manage:
And, of course there are already multitudes of human resources regulations in place, including:
When contractors partner with CLP, they minimize the burden and expense of recruiting, hiring and employing skilled tradespeople. Contractors can visit www.clp.com to receive customized information that will help them calculate the right mix of fixed and variable workforces. They’ll be able to use this information in their 2010 budgeting and to position their company for lower risk and higher profit.
CLP Resources, Inc. is the nation’s leading supplier of reliable skilled tradespeople to commercial, industrial and residential building contractors. Headquartered in Reno, CLP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of TrueBlue, Inc. (NYSE: TBI). To learn more about CLP, visit www.clp.com or call 800-CALL-CLP.
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