It's just payroll..........what's the worst that could happen? Plenty, if you're not prepared. Watch this webinar to learn how you can be prepared with documented procedures to get you through any emergency situation.
This educational webinar will offer ideas that can help you deliver payroll information to employees outside the payroll department -- from onboarding new hires to handling life-change events to explaining government forms and services.
New Hampshire enforces two new payroll-related measures, effective July 29, 2018. Get the details here.
Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill allowing municipalities in New Jersey with a population of at least 200,000 to impose an employer payroll tax. Get the details here.
Join Optimum Solutions for this free 30 minute webinar as we take a look at DOL Investigation Basics and what employers can expect.
Originally issued in 2012, Seattle’s Paid Sick and Safe Time rule changed effective July 1, 2018. Get the details here.
Earlier this year (April 27, to be exact), Idaho changed its state-allowance instructions, requiring employers to add two more state allowances when calculating withholding for employees who claimed single and at least one allowance for Idaho state tax. Now, they've changed it again. Get the details here.
Tax Reform affects all payroll professionals, but the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017 introduces the most significant tax changes in the last three decades. Watch this short webinar for more details.
As of July 1, 2018, Rhode Island employers with at least 18 employees will be eligible to take up to three days of paid Sick-and-Safe Leave under new legislation signed in September. Get the details here.
This summer, we can expect additional guidance from the IRS on the new employer credit under the Family Medical and Leve Act. Get the details here.
Effective May 15, 2018 employers in West Virginia can withhold the replacement cost of unreturned property from an employee final pay. Get the details here.
The IRS has some very specific rules regarding what's taxable and what can be excluded from taxable income. Watch this brief overview of taxable and nontaxable compensation.
With the newly released tax law, the IRS has also revised its January 2018 edition of Publication 1494 which contains tables with levy exemptions for wages and salaries. Get the details here.
On April 26, the IRS announced that individuals with family coverage under a high-deductible health plan, $6900 will continue to be the maximum deductible Health Savings Account contribution for 2018. Get the details here.
It's Tax Filing season, so that means it's phishing season. Watch this 30-minute webinar to learn how to spot emails that might mean trouble, even if they look legit!
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