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The History of Payroll & Benefits: How Did We Get Here?

THE HISTORY OF PAYROLL & BENEFITS: HOW DID WE GET HERE?

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Monday, November 01, 2021: 12:00PM EDT

Cost Free
CPE Credits 1.0 hour
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course Level Basic
Instructional Method Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Course Description

Payroll and benefits today would have been unrecognizable a century ago. A direct deposit wasn’t even a thing your grandpa could do, and your parents were skeptical about it when it was introduced. Yet, tons of today’s workers haven’t known anything else. Payroll taxes and compliance have changed wildly since World War II. The benefits packages that are common in the United States today were unheard of a generation ago. In this course, we will look at how payroll and benefits have changed over the past 100 years and explore the senseless things that exist in today’s payroll environment.
 
Learning Objectives:


  • Determine how payroll in the United States has changed over the years

  • Contrast the benefits that employers offered in the past to the benefits that are offered today

  • Identify the forces behind the changes we’ve seen in payroll and benefits over time

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Greg has established himself as a unique voice in the world of stand-up comedy. He's shared the stage with many noted comedians. When he's not busy making people laugh, Greg works as a controller and general manager in Utah.
 

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Caleb Newquist is Editor-at-Large at Gusto. In 2009, he became the founding editor of Going Concern, the one-of-a-kind voice on the accounting profession, serving in the role for nine years. Before Going Concern, Caleb worked as a CPA for nearly six years in New York and Denver. He lives in Denver with his wife, daughter, and two cats. You can follow him on Twitter at @cnewquist.
 

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Gusto serves more than 100,000 small businesses and 4,500 accounting firms nationwide. Each year we process tens of billions of dollars of payroll and provide employee benefits—like health insurance and 401(k) accounts—while helping companies create incredible work places.

Through one refreshingly easy, integrated platform, we automate and simplify your payroll, benefits, and HR, all while providing expert support. You and your employees will get the peace of mind you need to do your best work.