Originally Posted by Mod98Ban
But, but, but, but, LoneBurgerFlipper could make his employees doing the same job, do it more efficiently, and with less employees, so that there wouldn't be a problem. At least that is one of the hair brained claims he has made.
IMO 18-20 is on the low end. after Workman's comp, & payroll taxes I bet its over 20. Back when housing was hopping & I had 2 crews. workman's comp was 18 on every 100 in payroll. & at the end of the year the INS company would audit my payroll records & make me pay up if I had under payed. IIRC it was 2004 where I ended being $13,000.00 off & had to pay it.
When you have 5000-6000 a week in payroll, shit adds up fast.