Connecting The Dots–Happy National Payroll Week!


Payroll Week?  Really??  Yes, really.

According to Wikipedia: National Payroll Week (NPW) is a national awareness campaign held annually during the week of Labor Day, hosted by the American Payroll Association (APA) in the United States, the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) in the UK and the Canadian Payroll Association in Canada. The campaign has two aspects, first as a national awareness campaign to recognize the efforts of professionals in the payroll industry. It is also an educational campaign designed to help workers learn more about their paychecks, the payroll withholding system, and payroll-related benefits.

In honor of National Payroll Week, I’m going to focus on helping workers learn more about their paychecks.  Actually, I already have.  But in this world of blogging and a constant barrage of information, many people may not have seen my previous posts, particularly employees who may have questions.

So here’s a list of some of my previous posts which anyone who receives a paycheck will really helpful.

Checking your W-2
Check your paystub
Are you an employee or an independent contractor?
Changing your withholdings to get more (or less) money back each pay period
No bank account, but you’d like electronic delivery of your pay?

If you, or your employer, have any questions on payroll, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Mitch Zucker


2352 Main St., suite 303

Concord, MA. 01742

Office: 978-450-2900

Mobile:  774-218-9486

Fax:  978-319-4104

m dot zucker at connectpay dot us dot com

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