Newsletters & Alerts
A letter from Lou Tonry
If you are not familiar with the MA PFML and prepared to meet the requirements yet, please visit the Employer's Guide to Prepare for PFML on the mass.gov website. The guide walks you through the steps and provides posters and templates for notifications due by September 30, 2019!
The Massachusetts Legislature and the Baker-Polito Administration have enacted legislation to delay the start of employer and employee contributions to the Paid Family and Medical Leave program (PFML) by three months to October 1, 2019.
Yesterday, the Governor and legislative leaders agreed to delay the collection of the payroll tax for the new Paid Family and Medical Leave program by three months until 10/1/2019. As expected, they will be adopting some technical changes to clarify program design.
Upon hearing the news this evening, our thoughts went immediately to how we may help our clients in the Merrimack Valley. First and foremost, our thoughts and support go out to those who are affected either directly or indirectly by this tragedy.
More Vehicles Subject to US DOT Numbers - Effective September 1, 2018 (enforcement subsequently extended to January 1, 2019)
Jacquelynne Maloney at the Tonry agency has helped us immeasurably navigating the bonding process. She took the time to get to know us and develop a complete picture of our company, our goals and objectives, our capabilities, our needs and the history of our company. Her knowledge of the market allowed her early on to recognize what program would work for our company. Other bonding agencies simply asked for a copy of our financial statement, balance sheet and work on hand. They appeared to have no interested in whether we were making cupcakes or nuclear missiles. Jacquelynne took the time to get to know us personally. To her we were more than just our financial statement.
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