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Top 5 differences when working with a certified PEO

Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) that are certified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) under the Small Business Efficiency Act (SBEA) are recognized as the employer for federal employment tax purposes.

Working with a Certified PEO (CPEO) ensures:
  • Fiscal Ownership

  • Required Federal Standards

  • Financial Guarantee

  • Tax Restart Elimination

  • Customer Eligibility for Tax Credits

[DOWNLOAD] Top 5 Differences When Working With a Certified PEO (PDF)

Not all PEOs, or CPEOs, are created equal. Choosing the right CPEO is a major decision for businesses.

The right CPEO will serve as a trusted partner –helping your business stay in compliance with evolving regulations, take on certain fiduciary responsibilities, enable scalability via great technology, and facilitate access to Fortune 500(R) level benefits.

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