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Understanding Your Pay Check

What your paycheck wants you to know

Whether you need a better understanding of the payroll system or want to reduce employee questions in the payroll department, Understanding Your Pay has the answers.

Loss of Michelle Petersen, Senior Vice President

Michelle PetersenWe are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Michelle Petersen this week; AmCheck has lost an amazing person, co-worker and friend to many.   Michelle was an incredible person on so many levels; she had undeniable passion for her family and her work; she made AmCheck a better organization in indescribable ways.   Michelle leaves a legacy of brilliance and ethics; she took a scholarly approach to her work and was a big advocate for training.  In Michelle’s honor, AmCheck has renamed our training facility after her.   Michelle will be missed.  On behalf of AmCheck, our sincerest condolences go out to her family. Michelle Orgill-Petersen Obituary

Year-End Legislation Includes Payroll Provisions.

Payroll provisions in the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (H.R. 5771) extend transit benefit parity through 2014, establish a certification program for professional employer organizations, index information reporting penalties annually for inflation, and more. Payroll provisions in the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (H.R. 83) require the IRS to confirm employer address changes, create a limited overtime exemption for insurance adjusters, and more.

Business Standard Mileage Rate Increases to 57.5¢ in 2015

The IRS has announced that the business standard mileage rate for transportation expenses paid or incurred beginning January 1, 2015, will be 57.5 cents per mile, up 1½ cents from the 56 cents­per­mile rate in effect during 2014 [Notice 2014­79, released 12­9­14].

The mileage rate may be used to compute the amount to reimburse employees who are using their own cars for business purposes. It may also be used by employers that elect to use the "cents-per-mile" valuation method for purposes of determining the amount that needs to be imputed to an employee's income for personal use of certain company-owned or leased non-luxury vehicles.

Human Resource Technology Veteran Michelle Orgill-Petersen Joins AmCheck®

Human Resource Technology Veteran Michelle Orgill-Petersen Joins the AmCheck® Executive team to lead the Business Development efforts of its HRMS solution.

Phoenix, Ariz., February 17, 2014 – Phoenix, Ariz.-based AmCheck®, a National leading provider of Payroll and Human Resource technology, consulting and insurance services, announced today the hire of Michelle Orgill-Petersen as Senior Vice President, Marketing. AmCheck® President and CEO Dean Lucente made the announcement.

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