About Steve Scheu

Steve has been a entrepreneur all his life, managing a number of small businesses and gaining a good understanding of payroll and all the related issues. In 1992, he started Time & Pay, one of the first professional payroll services to offer fully integrated payroll and automated timekeeping. Since then, Time & Pay has had the opportunity to provide businesses of all types and sizes throughout the US cost-effective payroll and related solutions. "It is one of the great pleasures of our business to work with businesses of all types and sizes and offer managers tools that truly help them better manage their payroll and their employees, keep them out of compliance trouble, and save them money and time."

DOL Announces PAID Program

PAID Program to Facilitate FLSA Wage and Overtime Compliance  In accordance with the mission of the Dept. of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division to promote and achieve compliance with FLSA labor standards, designed to protect and enhance the welfare of the nation’s workforce, the DOL announced a new pilot program - the Payroll Audit Independent [...]

By | May 9th, 2018|News|Comments Off on DOL Announces PAID Program

Time & Pay to Introduce PayEntry NextGen!

PayEntry NextGen to Improve and Enhance On-Line Payroll.  Time & Pay is pleased to announce that we will soon be releasing the next generation of PayEntry for payroll processing and management. Our developers have requested feedback from customers,  compiled their requests and redesigned the system with workflow enhancements that will improve the user’s experience while maintaining [...]

By | May 3rd, 2018|News|Comments Off on Time & Pay to Introduce PayEntry NextGen!

Payroll Taxes Do Make a Difference

Payroll Taxes Account for 70% of Treasury's Collected Revenue  In a recent IRS news release, the Treasury Dept noted the significance of payroll taxes and their  submission process in meeting the revenue collection and cash flow needs of our Federal Government. According to the IRS, of the $3.42 trillion that was paid into the Treasury [...]

By | May 3rd, 2018|News|Comments Off on Payroll Taxes Do Make a Difference

IRS Sites New Scam Used by Cybercriminals

IRS notes 60% increase in number of successful cybercriminal attacks Security experts and the IRS, including tax industry and state tax authorities, cautioned tax professionals to be on the alert for tax season cybercriminals that are helping fuel a dramatic uptick in reports of taxpayer data thefts from tax practitioner offices. The IRS has seen [...]

By | March 29th, 2018|News|Comments Off on IRS Sites New Scam Used by Cybercriminals

Are Employees Free to Discuss Their Wages?

Employers are often concerned about employee discussions regarding their wages and benefits. While they may not like such discussions, employers should take note that they may not prohibit, or even hint at consequences, if employees discuss their compensation amongst each other. Employers may not in any way discipline or react in a negative way towards [...]

By | March 24th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Are Employees Free to Discuss Their Wages?

IRS Issues New W-4

IRS Initiates Paycheck Check-Up Week, March 26-April 1 The IRS has issued the new W-4 for 2018 taking into account the new Tax Act which went into effect in January.  (The Advi$or notes that what used to be a 2 page document is now 4 pages!) Along with that release, the IRS launched a special week of [...]

By | March 2nd, 2018|News|Comments Off on IRS Issues New W-4

Are Interns Supposed to be Paid?

It is not unusual for for-profit employers to bring on interns to work at their company. In not too distant past years, in general, many employers assumed the intern would not be paid. They worked for the valuable experience. However during the Obama administration, due to actions by the Dept. of Labor, employers needed to [...]

By | February 20th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Are Interns Supposed to be Paid?

Time & Pay Sponsors Johnson City Jazz Festival

Time & Pay is pleased to announce the primary sponsorship of the 2018 2nd annual Johnson City Jazz Festival. The Jazz Festival will take place March 15, 16 and 17 at the Carnegie Hotel in Johnson City. "We are proud to work with the Jazz Festival again this year," noted Steve Scheu, CEO of Time [...]

By | January 31st, 2018|News|Comments Off on Time & Pay Sponsors Johnson City Jazz Festival

Tennessee Unemployment Taxes to Decline in 2018

Tennessee Unemployment Taxes (SUTA) to Decline in 2018 The Tennessee Dept of Revenue notified employers that the State Unemployment Wage Cap will be reduced from $8,000 to $7,000, thus reducing the amount of state unemployment payroll taxes employers will pay in 2018. Good news! The Wage Cap is the amount of wages paid to employees that [...]

By | January 23rd, 2018|News|Comments Off on Tennessee Unemployment Taxes to Decline in 2018

Maria Ilina Joins Time & Pay’s Sales Staff

Maria Ilina Joins Time & Pay's Sales Staff Time & Pay is pleased to announce Maria Ilina has joined our sales department. Maria studied economics and finance at ETSU, and graduated with an MBA in 2008. She has since worked in financial services, and served as the head coach of the men’s and women’s tennis teams [...]

By | January 23rd, 2018|News|Comments Off on Maria Ilina Joins Time & Pay’s Sales Staff