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    A Prevailing Wage Study: S&L Companies

    See how S&L Companies, a New York-based general construction contractor company, used Certified Payroll Reporting...

    How to Fill Out a California DAS 142 Form

    Form DAS 142, also known as an authorization for overtime work form, is a document authorizing overtime pay for...

    Guide for Contractors to Prevailing Wage Determination

    A prevailing wage determination, sometimes referred to as a Davis-Bacon determination, is the clerical backbone of...

    Certified Payroll Reports: A Guide to Payroll Reporting and Compliance

    President Biden's 2022 budget proposal includes over $2.3 billion in infrastructure spending. Government agencies at...

    Importance of Using the Correct Prevailing Wage Report Formats

    Prevailing wage reports are documents that show the wages and benefits paid to workers on public works projects. These...

    Certified Payroll Reporting: Key Things You Need to Know

    If you are a contractor working on a federally funded project, you may be required to submit certified payroll reports...

    What Key Things Should I Look for in Certified Payroll Software?

    In many ways, it may seem like we’ve entered into a golden age of automation. From consumer electronics to home...

    What Should I Withhold for Payroll Taxes?

    One of the challenging aspects of handling an organization’s payroll is knowing how much money to withhold for employee...

    Avoiding Davis-Bacon Act Violations

    Did you know that if a project receives more than $2,000 in government funding you could face a compliance obligation?...

    Tips and Guidelines for Certified Payroll Reporting Software

    The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 requires construction companies to pay workers local prevailing wages and benefits. Most...

    Understanding Certified Payroll And Prevailing Wages Fringe Benefits

    When working on contracts, particularly government contracts, you often are subject to Davis-Bacon and Related Acts.