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Next year is shaping up to be complicated for the IRS. The question: Should the IRS issue the withholding tables based on what the law says is supposed to happen on Jan. 1—the expiration of most income tax rates—or keep the rates the same, and assume that Congress will come to some agreement about the rate structure?
By the numbers: Who relies more on coffee to stay productive—men or women?
Bosses today value input from the receptionists and administrative assistants who come into contact with candidates during the interview process. What’s worth passing along to your boss?
States have their own W-2 e-filing thresholds and specifications. Note: To date, some states haven't released their W-2 e-filing information. In addition, states can change their e-filing requirements at any time. To get the full story, contact your state tax department.
"Profersonalism is about letting go of the idea that we can put our lives into neat little boxes. It’s about categorizing activities instead of people," says Jason Seiden, CEO of Ajax Social Media. What does that mean in the context of an administrative professional’s career?
The IRS has asked the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear U.S. v. Quality Stores, Inc., a case that addresses the question of whether severance pay is FICA taxable.
Payroll reporting agents are service bureaus and other businesses that can handle all of your payroll duties, including depositing taxes and filing forms. New guidance from the IRS is designed to help you keep tabs on your reporting agent.
As nice as it would be for bosses to be superhuman, they’re just like everyone else. Some are competent and compassionate; others are inept and inconsiderate. Some tactics for toughing it out with a bad boss:
Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour, to standard time, at 2 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 4. Employees working the graveyard shift will actually work nine hours and will need to be paid for nine hours’ work.
Question: One of our affiliated companies filed for bankruptcy protection. As a result, the company’s assets were frozen and everyone was let go. Unfortunately, Payroll didn’t impute the excess group-term life insurance into employees’ income. Must we still report the excess group-term life as income on employees’ W-2s?