Rosi Ventura became a member of the KRS family in January of this year.
She is the receptionist and first point of contact at the firm. She also has been given more responsibilities from publications to assisting the controller.Read More
Sean Faust became a member of the KRS family in February as a Senior Accountant.
He assists clients in a variety of aspects, from preparing income tax returns for individual and businesses to consulting for clients on year-end tax planning strategies.Read More
The KRS Insights Breakfast Series resumes on December 6 with a review and update of the newly effective New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Law.
Join us on December 6 as Mark F. Kluger, Partner, Kluger Healey, LLC provides an overview of the NJ Paid Sick Leave Law including new regulations that have been issued since the law was initially passed and what employers need to know to stay in compliance.Read More
KRS CPAs was named as one of the Accounting Today’s 2018 Best Accounting Firms to Work for. This marks the sixth time the Paramus-based firm has received this prominent award.
“KRS is a growing firm and we offer our employees competitive salaries and many opportunities for them to grow in their careers,” says Managing Partner Maria Rollins, CPA, MST.
Accounting Today, the leading media and digital resource for public accountants, recognizes the best 100 accounting firms in the United States that excel in their efforts to build quality workplaces for their staff.Read More
Please join KRS CPAs in collecting non-perishable food for the NJCPA annual food drive to benefit the Community FoodBank of New Jersey! Bring any non-perishable food to our offices by November 14.
There are all too many people here in New Jersey who have been left behind despite economic growth. The assistance that the Community FoodBank provides would not be possible without our help!Read More
Effective January 1, 2019, New Jersey employers will generally be required to pay a minimum wage of at least $8.85 per hour to their employees, up 25 cents from 2018.Read More
The ACA requires that employers with 50 or more full-time-equivalent employees provide minimum essential coverage that is affordable — or face a penalty for not complying.
Each year, the affordability percentage for health coverage is adjusted for inflation. For 2018, the rate is 9.56 percent of the employee's household income, down from 9.69 percent in 2017.
Starting in 2019, the affordability percentage will increase to 9.86 percent — the highest amount since the ACA's passage. This means that employees' premiums for the lowest-cost self-only coverage cannot be more than 9.86 percent of their household income.Read More
New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave goes into effect on Monday, October 29th. NJ employers must be prepared and provide notice to their employees on or before that date.
This article summarizes some key provisions. It is recommended you review your current policies in comparison to the entire law.Read More
New York State has released finalized versions of its model sexual harassment prevention training program and model sexual harassment prevention policy.
Within 12 months of October 9, 2018, and annually thereafter, all New York employers must provide training to all employees using either the state's model training program or one that equals or exceeds the state program.
Starting October 9, 2018, all New York employers must adopt either the state's model sexual harassment prevention policy or one that equals or exceeds the standards of the state policy, and provide it to employees in writing.Read More