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Real Estate Assistant Program

Developed for

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Colorado

www.checksbal.com

contents
Contents
  • Common Mistakes Made by Real Estate Agents With Employees
  • Checks and Balances Real Estate Assistant Program
  • Benefits to You
  • Cost of Not Implementing
  • Service Fee and Payment Options
  • HR Service Center
  • How to Get Started
common mistakes made by real estate agents with employees
Common Mistakes Made by Real Estate Agents with Employees
  • Using “Independent Contractors”
    • Issuing a 1099 alone does not eliminate employer liabilities
    • Do you set the work hours and conditions?
    • Does the assistant use your equipment or supplies?
    • The Internal Revenue Service will view them as your employee.
  • Lack of Employee Benefits
    • Decreases ability to attract and retain top talent
  • Lack of Employee Policies and Procedures
    • Increases exposure to employer risks and liabilities
  • Inadequate Documentation
    • When it comes time to defend yourself against employee claims, you must have documentation to defend your actions.
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checks and balances inc real estate assistant program
Checks and Balances, Inc.Real Estate Assistant Program
  • In a shift of liabilities, Checks and Balances becomes the employer of record of the agent’s assistant, and assumes all employer related responsibilities.
  • Utilize the assistant you want, without becoming an employer.
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Checks and Balances, Inc.Real Estate Assistant Program
  • Payroll and Payroll Tax Administration
    • Payroll processing
    • Direct deposit
    • Garnishment processing and payments
    • Payroll tax filings and deposits
    • Year end W-2 preparation and distribution
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Checks and Balances, Inc.Real Estate Assistant Program
  • Real Estate Assistant Employee Benefits
    • Medical
    • Dental
    • 401(k) and IRA retirement plans
    • Section 125 flexible spending accounts
    • Life insurance
    • Credit union membership
    • 529 college savings plan
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Checks and Balances, Inc.Real Estate Assistant Program
  • Human Resources Management
    • Dedicated HR service team
    • New hire onboarding
    • Employee relations
    • Employee file maintenance
    • Termination assistance
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Checks and Balances, Inc.Real Estate Assistant Program
  • Business Insurance Coverage
    • Workers’ compensation insurance
    • Errors & Omissions insurance
    • Secondary auto insurance
    • Crime insurance
    • EPLI (Employer Protection Liability Insurance)
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benefits to you
Benefits to You
  • Elimination of employer liabilities
  • Relief from administrative burdens and paperwork
  • Compliance assurance
  • Access to employee benefits
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cost of not implementing
Cost of Not Implementing
  • Loss of productive time defending tax or employee charges
  • Increased legal and accounting expenses
  • Government fines, penalties and interest
  • Government liens
  • Employee feeling of job insecurity
  • Outright closure of your business
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service fee and payment options
Service Fee and Payment Options
  • Service Fee
    • Based on percentage of assistant’s pay
    • Includes all statutory requirements
      • Federal, state and local payroll taxes
      • Workers’ compensation insurance
      • Unemployment insurance
  • Payment Options
    • Bank debit (Discounted rate)
    • Visa or MasterCard (Standard rate)
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hr service center
HR Service Center
  • Hours of Operation
    • 8AM to 6PM (Eastern time) Monday – Thursday
    • 8AM to 5PM (Eastern time) Friday
  • Contact
    • Phone: 800.624.3698
    • Fax: 703.368.2640
    • Email: service@checksbal.com
    • Website: www.checksbal.com
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how to get started
How To Get Started
  • Step 1 – Checks and Balances provides you with a New Client and New Employee Packet
  • Step 2 – Return completed client and employee forms to Checks and Balances. Assistant now becomes an employee of Checks and Balances.
  • Step 3 – Submit timesheets
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