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Caesars Entertainment Turns to ADP to Support Growth, Improve Operational Efficiencies and Reduce Compliance Risk

Caesars Entertainment Turns to ADP to Support Growth, Improve Operational Efficiencies and Reduce Compliance Risk

Caesars Entertainment’s mission is to build loyalty and value with its guests through a combination of great service, excellent products, unsurpassed distribution, operational excellence and technology leadership. In order to support its future growth, the casino entertainment company realized it needed to upgrade its legacy technology infrastructure to better serve its 60,000 employees. To do this, Caesars turned to ADP® Comprehensive Outsourcing Services for an integrated payroll and time and attendance solution using the ADP Vantage HCM® platform. “Prior to ADP, we had about 30 different systems we needed to integrate for payroll and time and attendance,” said Keith Causey, chief accounting officer of Caesars Entertainment®. “Our in-house systems were outdated and very difficult to manage. We knew we wanted an out-of-the-box cloud solution and realized that no other provider could offer the end-to-end service that really differentiated ADP.” By outsourcing its payroll services to ADP, Caesars also expects to reduce risks from a compliance perspective and enable employees to be more strategic. “With more than 30 casinos across...

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Form 1095-C: Last-Minute Information as Tax Deadline Looms

Form 1095-C: Last-Minute Information as Tax Deadline Looms

The New York Times featured ADP Senior Vice President and General Manager of Health Care Reform Victor Saliterman in an article on the first new major tax form in decades, Form 1095-C. The article, The 1095 Tax Form for Health Care Coverage: What You Need to Know, addresses commonly asked questions about Form 1095-C, including why employees need it and what they should do if they haven’t received it yet: Most tax filers do not need to do much with it, except file it away with their tax records. But because it is new, the form is causing a bit of confusion,” said Victor Saliterman, vice president and general manager for health care reform at the benefits and payroll administrator ADP. Vic also talked to The Wall Street Journal. The article, Tax Tips for Last-Minute Filers, offers tips for last-minute filers and explains people are scrambling to meet the tax filing deadline this year partly due to confusion over form 1095-C. Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click to share...

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2016 Tax Credits and Incentives Following Year-End Legislation

2016 Tax Credits and Incentives Following Year-End Legislation

U.S.-based businesses could have a major opportunity to benefit from tax credits following year-end legislation. The Omnibus Spending Bill H.R. 2029 and the PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015), signed into law at the end of 2015, include the extension of more than 50 tax credits and incentive programs that expired on Dec. 31, 2014. This includes an array of federal tax credits that offer incentives to employers who implement various hiring, training and investing practices. Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) – Extended for five years through 2019, WOTC is designed to encourage employers to hire and retain individuals from various target groups, including veterans of war, welfare recipients and the newly added “long-term unemployed” category, among others. Through this program, businesses can qualify for a tax credit of up to $9,600 per eligible employee for the first year of employment. Federal Empowerment Zone Employment Credit – Businesses that hire employees who live and work in an empowerment zone, which are designated distressed urban and...

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