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Check Your Paycheck for Incorrect Tax Withholdings

Over the last few years, the tax law has changed dramatically.  This year, the W4 that is used to calculate paycheck withholdings has also been overhauled (for more on that, […]

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IRS Quietly Releases the Redesigned W4

The IRS has been promising a new version of Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate, for some months, and it recently published it, with a brief announcement in its e-News service. […]

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How to Handle On-Call Pay

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, whether employees should receive on-call pay depends on whether the time spent on call qualifies as “hours worked.” If so, employees must receive at […]

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How Bonuses Affect Overtime for Hourly Employees

Bonuses are a form of variable pay that are used to inspire employee loyalty or reward performance, and it’s essential to know about the different kinds. Discretionary Bonuses A bonus […]

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Social Security: Note the Key Changes for 2020

Every year, the Social Security Administration takes a fresh look at its numbers and typically makes adjustments. Here are the basics for 2020 — what has changed, and what hasn’t. […]

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DOL Issues New Overtime Ruling, With Large Raise to Overtime Floor

As noted in a September 24 statement, the Department of Labor has updated “the earnings thresholds necessary to exempt executive, administrative or professional employees from the FLSA’s minimum wage and […]

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IRS Issues Draft of New Form W-4

The IRS has published a draft of a radically revised Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. The agency emphasizes this is just a preliminary version, and until further notice, everyone should […]

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DOL Revisits Overtime Rule in Proposal

On March 7, the Department of Labor released a proposed rule that would raise the so-called salary-level threshold for white-collar exemptions to $35,308 per year from $23,660. This means that […]

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Payroll Tax Filing for Seasonal Employers

As an employer, you have to file a quarterly Form 941 to report your employees’ wages and withholding. What if you paid no wages for a quarter though? Some employers […]

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