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How To Communicate Total Pay To Your Staff (Online-Only Article)

Your practice provides a much greater economic benefit to your staff than simply the wages shown on their W-2. That's why you should communicate the total values of all wages and bonuses, fringe benefits, retirement plan contributions and payroll taxes paid to each staff member using our Total Pay Statement.

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