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News from the CalChamber: Payroll Tax Deduction, Exempt Classification Rates Will Rise in 2018 For 2018, the Social Security Administration announced that the Social Security taxable wage base will rise by $1,500—from $127,200 to $128,700 maximum taxable earnings. In addition, the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) announced rate changes for the computer software employee […]Read More

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News from the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce.  News Source Includes News from the California Chamber of Commerce. Sacramento, California: The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce legislative team is in Sacramento this week advocating on behalf of our small business community and local membership.  The trip is part of the California Chamber of […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: The California Chamber of Commerce has identified a sixth job killer bill that opens new avenues for shakedown lawsuits related to environmental laws. SB 49 (de León; D-Los Angeles) is an overbroad bill that includes a private right of action for environmental laws similar to the Private Attorneys General Act provisions that […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: Jobs and the state of the economy are of high concern to the public at large and most likely your employees and colleagues. As they weigh their choices for the November election, your employees and colleagues may find it helpful to learn about the business perspective on the ballot measures. Sharing this […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: Congress returns from its summer recess today for four more weeks of pre-election action. The California Chamber of Commerce is urging the California congressional delegation to prevent the loss of U.S. jobs to foreign competitors by supporting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Delaying congressional approval of TPP for just one year would cost […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: With little notice, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced two mandatory poster changes. Beginning August 1, employers must post updated versions of the Federal Minimum Wage poster and the Federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act poster. The DOL made these changes the last week in July, allowing little time for employers […]Read More

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