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The Rules Behind Employee Tips

If your employees receive cash tips from your customers, the tips may constitute taxable wages for payroll tax purposes. This subjects you as an employer to additional payroll tax withholding, […]

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Employers Can Truncate SSNs on Employees’ W-2s

In March 2019, the IRS reported that tax-related identity theft had seen a sharp decline in recent years. However, “the scam remains serious enough to earn a spot on the […]

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SEP-IRA: An Easy Retirement Plan for Small Businesses

In today’s environment, a company retirement plan can become a valuable asset for the owner and employees of the company. Along with providing a way for the owner to accumulate […]

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IRS Updates Form 941 To Reflect COVID-19 Tax Credits

The IRS has revised Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return, to accommodate COVID-19-related employment tax credits granted under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, […]

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Tips for Bringing Employees Back to the Office Safely

In April 2020, the Brookings Institution reported that due to COVID-19, “up to half of Americans are currently working from home, more than double the fraction who worked from home […]

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What are the Rules for Employee Loans?

A wage/salary advance is a type of short-term loan from an employer to an employee. The employee receiving the advance must pay back the money within a specified time frame, […]

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Wage and Hour Rules for Employees During the Pandemic

Health consequences aside, pandemics can wreak havoc on businesses, upending supply chains and employment models around the world. To help curb the spread of disease, public health officials may recommend […]

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Freelancing: The Tax Implications

A freelancer does work for another individual or business without an employment contract, often on an as needed basis.  Generally the term freelance is used for work that could be […]

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5 Mandatory Registrations for Employers

Below are five common mandatory registrations for businesses with employees. 1. Federal Employer Identification Number To do business as an employer, you must obtain an Employer Identification Number from the […]

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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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