Do your employees know how much money you spend on them each year? The answer, I would bet, is no.If they’re like most folks who earn their daily salt working for others, it’s likely they have mistakenly come to equate the “gross pay” line on their paycheck with their employer’s total compensatory outlay for their labor.Somewhere in the back of their minds, most employees are aware that you, as an employer, are required to pay regular Social Security and Medicare benefits for them. But they ...

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