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Alice Gilman

Although the TCJA has been on the books for more than a year now, knotty issues are still arising. Here’s the latest.

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Switching payroll service vendors should never be a spur-of-the-moment decision. There are some things you need to consider beforehand.

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The IRS says the first draft of the 2020 W-4 should be ready for prime time by the end of May.

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Even if you assign the task to deposit payroll taxes to someone inside or outside the company, you’re still on the hook if your taxes aren’t deposited.

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Some steps taken by the Department of Labor and a federal trial court, which rebuked the Office of Management and Budget, may impact on your payroll operations.

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A private letter ruling from the IRS may provide you with a novel option to help employees through your company’s 401k plan.

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It’s pretty apparent now that employees don’t really understand the ingredients that comprise the income tax system, because they never had to think about it before. And that’s where this year’s problems begin.

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Editor of Business Management Daily’s Payroll Legal Alert, and employment tax compliance expert Alice Gilman answers your payroll questions in this roundup of Payroll Services Mailbag.

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Phishers have had to become more sophisticated, since the W-2 scam has basically played itself out. So they’re targeting employees directly.

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So far, employees are really, really unhappy with their tax refunds, or lack thereof. And almost everyone is pointing their finger at the 2018 withholding tables.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s extension of the 50% corporate deduction limit to convenience meals has allowed the IRS to refine its previous guidance.

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Exactly one week after you filed your W-2s with the Social Security Administration, the IRS clarified that employers’ moving expense reimbursements didn’t need to be reported on employees’ W-2s in Box 12, with Code P.

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What does the shutdown mean for all the paperwork that’s piled up and all the audits that were put on hold during the shutdown?

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If you’re determining whether an employee’s position is exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act, take a page from these courts to start your analysis.

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It’s time for our annual humor column. This year, we’ve roamed far and wide.

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401k and HRA changes are part of the new proposed compensation and benefits regulations and related guidance issued by the IRS, the Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services.

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There are bunches of things the IRS can’t do right now. And if you need these services, you should adjust your expectations accordingly.

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Here’s help with your W-2s

by Alice Gilman on January 14, 2019 12:00am

in Payroll Today

The work environment has become much more complicated, which means that W-2s are complicated, too. To help you along with your W-2 travails, we’ve created what we think is a pretty typical scenario and completed a W-2.

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Now that it’s W-2 time, you should anticipate that someone somewhere is trying to get your data. Let’s take a look at how the tax scam landscape is shaping up this W-2 filing season.

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As flu season hits it’s peak, double-check your company sick leave policies: Employees who are out with the flu may be entitled to FMLA leave.

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