Preparing Yourself for the Cost of Employees

December 1, 2017 Michelle Mire

When you're hiring employees, if you're only considering the cost of wages and salaries, you're only accounting for 70% of the actual costs. The other 30% comes from paid benefits, like vacation, insurance and retirement plans. 

Get all the details in our guest post for the 1-800Accountant Blog — How to Prepare Yourself for the Cost of Employees

About the Author

Michelle Mire

Blogmaster, content creator and inbound marketing guru at Wagepoint, Michelle enjoys simplifying complex payroll topics and generating articles with actionable advice for small businesses and startups. When not at the keyboard, she enjoys chocolate, running and quality television (not always in that order).

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