Payroll Legal Alert

The regs become effective with new or renewing contracts signed on or after Jan. 1, 2017.

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The government has been busy adding to its regulatory agenda. Here’s the latest news from the regulations front.

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Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

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Under new guidance, the IRS will allow plan administrators to accept late rollovers if employees self-certify, in writing, that they couldn’t make their rollovers on time due to one of these circumstances.

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Delaware has settled its attempt to collect $1.3 million from a Tennessee company that failed to escheat one $147 unclaimed paycheck to it.

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Just like dominos, many things must fall into place this month and next month in order for your year-end to proceed as smoothly as possible.

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Everyone—employees and the Social Security Administration—must have their W-2 copies by Jan. 31, 2017. Plus, you’ll only be able to apply to the IRS for one for-cause 30-day filing extension,

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The IRS has released the 2017 personal exemption amount, which doubles as the value of one withholding allowance for an annual pay period.

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E-filing requirements for each state.

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Sixteen months in the federal slammer and a lifelong tag as a convicted felon are a high price to pay for filing W-4s on which exempt status was falsely claimed and 10 1040s on which $0 income was reported.

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