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    Setting up a new computer in your workplace can be a daunting prospect, particularly if your old computer is full of important files that you want to keep. Take advantage of the native Windows Easy Transfer tool on your Windows 8 computer to transfer files from your company's old PC onto a new PC. Windows Easy Transfer enables your company to transfer files externally via an Easy Transfer cable, external hard drive or USB key.

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  • What Are Quarterly Payroll Taxes?

    If your small business has employees for which you prepare payroll checks, you are required to make payroll deposits through the year for taxes due on payroll checks issued. Because most small businesses do not have a large payroll total, payroll taxes are often remitted on a quarterly basis, rather than with each payroll cycle. Quarterly payroll taxes include the employer share of payroll taxes and the amounts withheld for the employee share of payroll taxes.

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