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This chart lists the states and the test that each uses to determine workers’ status.
Beginning this year, the IRS must send you notices of your old and new address, if your mailing address for tax purposes changes.
Administrative workers took a particularly hard hit during the recession, writes Bryce Covert for New Republic. Nearly 1.7 million ad­­ministrative support positions were lost between 2007 and 2013, and unlike earlier recessions, these jobs did not return as the economy rebounded. Instead, pro­­­fessionals are more likely to an­­swer their own phones and manage their own calendars ...
Information return penalties are going up. Way up. Included as part of the Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 is a provision that increases penalties for failing to file Forms W-2, 1099 or 1095-C, or to provide forms to payees. Beginning with forms re­­quired to be filed next year, penalties increase as follows
Now here's a point of view you just don't hear that often. It turns out the DigiSnack 6500 is not wild about your office manager's attempt to fiddle in its affairs.
Fewer full-time employees may elect COBRA coverage these days, because they can qualify for a premium tax credit and get a better deal on health insurance through the individual health exchange. But high earners, who make too much to qualify for a tax credit, may still elect COBRA. How you report COBRA on Form 1095-C depends on the reason COBRA was offered. FAQs from the IRS detail these reporting requirements.
Ever had to keep covering for a boss who was frequently late, forgetful or just plain not available? We've got advice on what to do from experts and admins.

This month we return to Las Vegas and the American Payroll Association’s 33rd Annual Congress to cover questions fielded by reps from the Department of Labor.

The IRS is giving hope to employees who yearn to skip the traffic by entering the HOV lane, which requires at least two, and sometimes more, passengers in a vehicle.
If you perform a self-audit of your company’s pay policies, and an employee sues you for wage-and-hour violations, be aware that a court may compel you to provide your findings to the employees’ attorneys. However, there are steps you can take to minimize this possibility.
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