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Forms  (110 Product Groups)
Hardcopy business forms are an important part of a company's recordkeeping and vital for tax, insurance, and liability purposes. They benefit employees, clients, vendors, and tenants, and are easy to store on a shelf or in a cabinet. Keep a bulk amount of necessary forms in supply so you're always prepared for new hires, annual filings, routine transactions, and other vital procedures. Read More
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Business forms maintain complete recordkeeping

All businesses must keep accurate, timely records and adhere to certain legal regulations, which make HR forms so vital to operations. Having print copies for payroll, claims, OSHA recordkeeping, background checks, absence reports, and HIPAA privacy notices result in easy access for filing and for reviews. Non-digital job applications are also good to have, as well as invoices, purchase orders, and petty cash, sales, and rent receipts. It's helpful for companies to have books of bill of lading forms on hand for their shipments. These usually come in carbonless three to four part or short versions, in either black ink, or a combination of blue and red inks. The templates simplify filling out vital information, and as with other types of office documents, are commonly available in packs of 50 to 200.

Keep a variety of tax forms accessible to employees

Another critical component of accounting practices is having a consistent stock of tax forms on file. Always meet deadlines by sending out W-2 and 1099 forms and their assorted copies in pre-printed envelopes, along with other common paperwork such as W-3c Corrected Income and 1098t Tuition, including copies A and B. A practical technique is to have folders readily available, with health insurance forms and other key documents that address new employee questions and concerns.

Find business forms created by these office suppliers

Various office supply manufacturers also produce many kinds of business and HR forms, in perforated sheet, hole punched, and booklet options.

  • Adams®
  • Cardinal®
  • ComplyRight™
  • Gold Standard®
  • Medical Arts Press®
  • Quill
  • Rediforms®
  • Safeguard®
  • Tops®
  • VersaCheck®

Set up the office with HR forms and these desk essentials

Whether you have a small or large administrative department, search through Quill's catalog for the business forms they need. Include file folders, tab inserts, fasteners such as binder and paper clips and staples, and sticky notepads. Also make sure you have enough self-sealing, security tinted health insurance claim form envelopes and ink cartridges in stock.