Payroll Legal Alert

The IRS has announced the 2014 inflation-adjusted figures for health savings accounts (HSAs) and high-deductible health plans (HDHPs).

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Summer is the perfect time to perform simple payroll maintenance tasks. Here are some items you can check off your to-do list.

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Payroll and Accounts Payable should talk early and often, say Billy Meyerkorth, payroll manager at  American Century Investments, and Jodi Parsons, payroll and accounts payable manager at Lifespace Communities. These two departments have more in common than they think.

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Group health insurers that don’t spend between 80 and 85 cents of every premium dollar on medical care and health care quality improvement must make medical loss ratio (MLR) rebates to employees. This year’s rebates are due by Aug. 1. Take these steps now to prepare.

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The DOL will shortly survey ­workers on their understanding of their status and whether they know that independent contractors aren’t eligible for overtime, benefits, etc. A crackdown on employers that misclassify workers is probably not very far behind.

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Anita Bartels, senior program analyst for employment tax policy at the IRS, spoke about the IRS’ latest initiatives to attendees at the American Payroll Association’s 31st Annual Congress, held this year in Grapevine, Texas.

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Q: We purchased some technology from another company and the deal included the transfer of some employees. Since we didn’t buy the entire company, can Payroll carry over their FICA and FUTA wages?

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Question: What are the tax guidelines for executive bonuses payments? I need to calculate the withholding on them manually.

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Under the Affordable Care Act, open enrollment for the individual health exchanges, or HEXs, begins Oct. 1, 2013. The outlook for the Small Business Health Options Program, or SHOPs, through which small employers may buy health insurance is a bit more complicated. Here’s where things stand.

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Under the IRS’ Voluntary Classification Settlement Program, you can voluntarily reclassify independent contractors as employees for future tax periods on favorable tax terms: you’ll be liable for just over 10% of the wages paid to those reclassified workers for the past year and no penalties or interest will be due. Recently updated FAQs shed more light on this program.

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