Stay Compliant as Your Staffing Company Grows
Our team understands the complexities of multistate Nexus laws and can pinpoint your company’s infractions before they happen.
Assess payroll variations in real-time to quickly and accurately pay your remote staff.
Navigate between state tax laws and prepare your financial data accordingly.
Track Nexus compliance for each state and remain fully operational.
Don’t Let Fear of Multistate Compliance Stop Your from Growing.
- Can you quickly and accurately pay your staff that work in states with different compensation laws?
- Can the states in which you operate shut down or fine your business for unlawful practices?
- Can you diagnose if your company is breaking state Nexus laws and adapt to the new environment?
We’ve Helped Other Multistate Staffing Companies Stay Compliant
Recently, the demand for a remote, flexible work force has increased dramatically. As a result, staffing companies have capitalized on the opportunity to conduct business across state lines and increase their staff. However, multistate and Nexus compliance has presented some considerable challenges as staffing companies look to grow their business.
At Lescault and Walderman, we understand the complexities of multistate compliance for staffing companies that seek to expand their reach across state lines. Our team draws on decades of experience to ensure your company is operating within its legal boundaries for each state.
Employers are subject to the laws of the individual state in which their employees live and work. You must adhere to the differing payroll, tax, and benefit laws for each employee respectively. This can be difficult, however, as states differ in varying degrees.
Companies that partner with Lescault and Walderman not only receive guidance for Nexus and multistate tax laws, but they also benefit from software integration that can pay employees quickly (with legal tax requirements) and track how different state laws will ultimately affect the company’s bottom line.
When it comes to multistate compliance for staffing companies, ignorance is no excuse. We find it beneficial to understand state laws beforehand so you minimize risk in the future.
Here's how to get started:
1. Schedule a No-Obligation Call
Your time is valuable, and we don’t want to waste it. Let’s schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss your needs and confirm there’s a fit.
2. Receive Your Accounting Review
We'll review your accounting documents, then provide you with a customized report that includes our findings and our recommendations for moving forward.
3. Attend Review Meeting
We'll host up to a 2 hour meeting to review our findings and recommendations, answer any further questions and outline how we'll work together.
4. Review Your Proposal
Working from our review, we’ll provide clear and actionable recommendations for improvement related to your particular processes, software, and systems.
5. Engage Us For Your Needs
If you approve of our recommendations, you’ll sign an engagement letter and we’ll start work!
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