Employees are always vested in the amounts they contribute into their 401(k) plan accounts on a pretax basis. The same isn’t true for employer matching contributions, which means that 401(k) plans must account for forfeitures when employees leave before they become vested.
Will this W-2 attract the IRS? … Free legal services as a tax-free fringe benefit
The IRS is a prodigious publisher. Here are digests of emails sent between IRS offices.
If you use one of the ACA’s affordability safe harbors, now is the time to determine whether your group plan meets the 2017 affordability standards.
Nothing upsets your well-oiled Payroll machine more than the influx of summer hires and their paperwork. Instead of boiling under the collar, use these tips to tame the summer hiring process.
Even children who work in the family business must have their time recorded on time sheets. What’s more, those time sheets must be credible, if you want to take a salary deduction for the wages you’ll pay your kids this summer.
The IRS has issued a final revenue procedure that covers how to obtain employees’ consent before you refund overwithheld FICA taxes to them.
Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Direct deposit was once new and novel. Now, most employees do have their pay deposited directly into their bank accounts, but for others, plastic paycards may be an answer.
On-call pay conundrums … Tread carefully with executive pay