, we are encouraged by the resilience of monthly payroll job gains, continued strength in temp help job gains, recovery in the housing sector, and rising
revenues that should aid federal, state
constrained economy in 2013, facing headwinds of high unemployment, high levels of government debt, and at least some negative impact from higher
rates and lower government spending.
The penalties are determined on a monthly basis but collected annually, and are not
deductible. They are mutually exclusive, meaning that only one of the two may be assessed in any given month
to report payrolling revenue on a net basis (excluding worker wages,
and benefits). For firms with managed service provider offerings, only MSP fees were to be reported. Only organic growth
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to show a recovery in the housing/construction industry, and consumer spending appeared to hold up well in the face of payroll
increases and automatic federal spending cuts.
We continue to have
median unemployment rates declined significantly among
examiners, collectors, and revenue agents (-6.70 percentage points), appraisers and assessors of real estate (-2.05 percentage points
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Panelists in the discussion were:
Jeff Bowling, CEO
, and at least some negative impact from higher
rates and lower government spending. Despite these headwinds, preliminary data suggests that U.S. staffing industry growth of 6% in 2013 remains