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Financial Help for Farmers with Flooding

For many Wisconsin farmers the weather this year has made planting some of their fields very challenging. The State of Wisconsin has another option for landowners with fields next to ditches, streams, lakes or wetlands. This program is called the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP). Enrollment for the program was…

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Federal government shutdown creates tax filing uncertainty

Federal Government Shutdown Creates Tax Filing Uncertainty The IRS has announced that it will begin accepting paper and electronic tax returns for the 2018 tax year on January 28, but much remains to be seen about how the ongoing shutdown of the federal government will affect this year’s filings. Although…

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Manage Your Workforce with TimeWorksPlus

TimeWorksPlus makes your payroll processing and workforce management easier than ever. KerberRose would like to introduce TimeWorksPlus Employee to our valued clients. TimeWorksPlus helps streamline managing your workforce by offering access to employee’s time, attendance, workforce management, balance & accruals, workforce performance, and absence management all in one system. TimeWorksPlus…

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KerberRose Partners with Tax Caddy to Simplify Tax Time

KerberRose is proud to announce a partnership with the tax processing application TaxCaddy. TaxCaddy allows you to gather tax documents and share them with your KerberRose accountant. TaxCaddy also provides simple technology to easily retrieve your 1099s, 1098s and W-2s automatically. Receiving tax documents in the mail? Not a problem…

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Remember Your Employee’s Right to Vote this Election Season

Article written by Melissa Olsen, Human Resources Manager at KerberRose Certified Public Accountants. With midterm elections quickly approaching, employers need to be mindful of employee’s rights to take time off of work in order to exercise their right to vote. Federal law does not address the right of an employee…

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Cultivating the Seeds of Safety

2018 National Farm Safety and Health Week   Agriculture is a leading industry and economic driver in Wisconsin, providing approximately $88 billion to our economy and employing nearly 414,000 workers. Agriculture is also recognized as one of the most hazardous industries in America and around the world. According to the…

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Tariffs & Trade Policy Shake the Wisconsin Agriculture Community

Recent trade policy changes are having a significant affect on Wisconsin farmers. The U.S. imposed Tariffs on goods from China and other trading partners, and those countries have retaliated with tariffs on U.S. goods. Some of the first American goods to be impacted are Midwestern crops and meat. Lawmakers from…

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