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There's a lot more to consider on pay day than just writing a check. Now, we offer simplified, full-service payroll solutions for small business owners like you.

  • With Paycor, you can manage all of your payroll needs in one secure, easy-to-access online solution. You'll have immediate and secure access to all of your HR, payroll, timekeeping and reporting information, and we'll keep everything organized and up-to-date, so you don't have to.

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  • With Bank of Texas Payroll Cards, you can pay your employees safely and conveniently on their payroll card. It's cost-effective for you and convenient for them.

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Despite more multifamily housing, still too few homes

High shelter costs leading to ‘core’ inflation that’s nearly double Fed’s target

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AI a double-edged sword

Phishing email attacks up 1,265%—and they’re no longer coming from a pen pal prince
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Heavy equipment industry confronts ‘inventory bulge’

High interest rates and influx of back-order deliveries squeezing machine dealers

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Can the U.S. avoid a second wave of inflation?

Fed is hoping that postponing rate cuts can keep inflation down

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Higher rates a crucible for businesses: how to thrive

The days of near-zero rates are gone for the foreseeable future
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Consumers optimistic about the economy—to a degree

Consumer sentiment index has rebounded but is still below average

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Surprising January jobs data increases expectations for growth

Strong wage growth, among other data, makes March Fed rate cut look unlikely

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What will happen when the Fed starts cutting rates?

Even when rates fall, they will still be ‘restrictive,’ experts say

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Calls for the Fed to consider March rate cuts are increasing

U.S. economy hit “near-ideal” condition of higher growth, lower inflation in 4Q

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