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SOLV recognized as one of the top 50 distributors in the US (and why we care)

01/14/2021

For years we’ve consistently made the list of the 50 top distributors of print and promotional items in two major peer groups for our industry – Print + Promo, and PSDA (Print Services & Distribution Association). But there's one thing we didn’t notice until Matt, the young blood in our marketing team, looked with fresh eyes and pointed it out:...

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SOLV recognized as one of the top 50 distributors in the US (and why we care)

01/14/2021

For years we’ve consistently made the list of the 50 top distributors of print and promotional items in two major peer groups for our industry – Print + Promo, and PSDA (Print Services & Distribution Association). But there's one thing we didn’t notice until Matt, the young blood in our marketing team, looked with fresh eyes and pointed it out:...

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What’s the difference between the new 1099-NEC form and 1099-MISC, and which one should I use?

01/07/2021

We’ve been getting this question a lot since the IRS rolled out the 1099-NEC form this year: What’s the difference between the new 1099-NEC form and 1099-MISC, and which one should I use?  The short answer is: the new 1099-NEC form replaces Box 7 on the old 1099-MISC – the box for reporting non-employee compensation. If you paid any non-employee m...

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​ Listening Between the Lines

12/14/2020

We did it again! We're honored to announce that we won another PSDA PEAK Award – this time for “Best Technology Solution to a Client Problem”! How did we do it? Well, we created an employee apparel order solution using our expertise in project management, e-Commerce, warehousing and fulfillment to save our customer time and resources. Here is...

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New way to fight identity theft

11/16/2020

We’re now able to offer a NEW option on W2 printing: Masked SSNs  The IRS has approved a new rule that allows SSNs to be “masked” or truncated on any W2s issued after December 31, 2020. SSNs and TINs can now be printed on W2s with the first five numbers represented as “X” or “*”, e.g. XXX-XX-5555 or ***-**- 5555.  What this means for employees: B...

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