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The Ultimate Payroll-Based Journal Resource Guide

pbj-resources-helpful-tips.jpgThe mandatory start date for Payroll-Based Journal data collection is July 1st.  If you’ve been putting it off and aren’t sure where to start, we have you covered. I’ve compiled the ultimate list of PBJ resources that will have you caught up in no time.

Payroll-Based Journal 101

Still uncertain what PBJ means for your organization? You’re not alone--but you’ll want to learn in a hurry. Here are a few quick articles and government guides that will help you understand the basics.

Payroll-Based Journal FAQs

Even if you understand the basics, you’ve probably still got some questions. Here are some resources featuring frequently asked Payroll-Based Journal questions, and answers from some PBJ experts.

Payroll-Based Journal Best Practices

If you’re ready to take it to the next level and implement some of the knowledge you’ve gained, here are some best practices we’ve learned over the past year of researching, presenting and talking to our customers.

Now that you have all the information you need, it’s time to take action. The first PBJ data submission deadline (November 14, 2016) will be here before you know it. Don’t wait until the last minute to put your PBJ plans in place!

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