Compliance guides and resources

New Hire Reporting: What Is It & Employer Requirements 2024

When you’ve finally found the perfect new employee for your business, it’s time to get that person onboarded — and part of the onboarding process is reporting every new hire. Essentially, the government needs some basic information about everyone who joins your team. Here’s what employers need to know about how, when, and why they should be reporting new hires. What Is New Hire Reporting? New hire reporting is the process of reporting basic information about every new hire to the federal government.

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What Is a Certificate of Authority? State Requirements 2024

If your business is growing and expanding, you probably have a lot on your mind. Exciting new ventures are on the horizon, but there’s a lot you need to do before you can make the trek. Your compliance requirements may change if your business is moving into new territory. You might need a Certificate of Authority before you set up shop across another state’s border. Here’s what you need to know and how Mosey can help.

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SOC 2 Compliance Checklist 2024

Data seems to drive everything these days. In business, it’s responsible for safeguarding your customers’ information — it can be the difference between building trust and facing damaging consequences. SOC 2 compliance is a widely recognized standard that demonstrates your organization’s commitment to protecting sensitive data. It’s not just a box to tick — it’s a way to ensure your business practices align with the highest security standards. Achieving SOC 2 compliance doesn’t have to be a headache for your business.

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What Is Double Taxation and How It Impacts Business

Business taxes are necessary for running a business, but sometimes, the rules can feel stacked against you. Double taxation is a particularly frustrating concept: Your company works hard to turn a profit, pays its share of taxes, and then faces another tax bill on those same earnings. It’s enough to give any business owner, particularly those heading smaller or multi-state operations within the US, a major headache. However, double taxation isn’t an unbeatable foe.

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What Is OSHA and How Do They Protect Workers

Whether you’re grabbing coffee during a break or scrolling through your newsfeed, conversations about workplace safety seem to be everywhere. From high-profile accidents to discussions around employee well-being, it’s clear — safe working conditions are a top priority. But with so much information (and sometimes misinformation) swirling around, getting a clear picture of your workplace safety obligations can be tough. That’s where OSHA comes in. OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

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The Best Way To Do State Compliance for Gusto Customers

Running a business across multiple states sounds like the recipe for success — more customers, a wider talent pool, and a chance to expand your footprint. If you’re reading this, you’re probably all too aware that lurking beneath the surface is a whole other challenge: State compliance. From payroll taxes to employment laws and even local registration requirements, the rules you need to follow can change drastically depending on where your employees are located.

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What Is a Sales Tax Permit? State Requirements 2024

Running a business involves plenty of overhead costs. Some required costs bypass you completely and fall straight into the hands of the customer. Your customers are required to pay sales tax on many of the things that they buy, and you’re required to direct their sales tax payments to the state. Your business must use tax permits to legally complete the process. Thankfully, Mosey can help you maintain sales tax compliance.

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What Is Regulatory Compliance? What To Know

Regulatory compliance might not be at the top of your to-do list, but it’s a non-negotiable part of running a business. Regulatory compliance means following the laws and regulations that apply to your industry and how you operate — and it takes effort and attention to stay on top of it. Corporate compliance can be especially tricky to deal with when you might not have a large in-house team dedicated to this.

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Nonprofit Annual Report: Filing Requirements Explained

Transparency is important for a nonprofit. People want to know how trustworthy a nonprofit organization is and see the impact of the work they’re doing. A nonprofit annual report can highlight the good you’ve done, your profits, your losses, and your expenses. This can keep volunteers and investors satisfied with what they’ve helped to create. While it may not be necessary for a nonprofit to file a conventional annual report, most nonprofits are still required to file a special type of profit, loss, and expense report with the IRS.

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How Do I Get My California Employer Account Number?

Your California Employer Account Number (EAN) is your business entity’s ticket to operating in the Golden State. Note that this special number is not a formality. It is essential in allowing you to pay taxes, manage employee benefits, and stay on the right side of California’s employment laws. Every employer doing business in California needs an EAN. It’s a mandatory step, and you should prioritize getting it even before your first employee starts working.

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