Winning Back-Office Strategies to Boost Your Business Agility
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You likely understand the importance of responding to court orders for garnishments on employee pay, but did you know you could be held liable for the amounts if you fail to calculate them correctly? The Houston payroll providers at Data Management Payroll Services (DM Payroll Services) offer four reminders about garnishments to help you avoid this potentially costly payroll mistake.
In closing, wage garnishment law is complex and the costs can be high. Be sure you have procedures in place to dictate how garnishments are handled from the time you receive a court order through garnishment end.
To take the worry out of your payroll and wage garnishment processes, contact Houston payroll provider Brian McElroy at 713.789.7077. Visit our Houston payroll services page and watch our payroll demo for more information,
Sources: U.S. Department of Labor
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