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Alice Gilman

The IRS considers information in no-match letters to be confidential tax information. But might that rule be broken to inform ICEof name and SSN mismatches?

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The IRS unexpectedly shed light on its rulemaking processes. And this may influence how and when they come out with guidance on which you can rely.

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A recent survey indicates there is an increase in employees attempting to abuse their company’s expense reimbursement policy.

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While we wait for the second drafts of the W-4 and the employer instructions, we’ve been accumulating all sorts of information related to the TCJA.

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Just one week after releasing the draft W-4, it has released a draft of the employer’s instructions—new Pub. 15-T.

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The IRS’s first draft of the 2020 W-4 is here. We’ve looked high and low to find what’s new, what’s missing and how you should prepare.

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54% of managers recently surveyed say their companies allow flexible schedules during the summer.Can you say wage-and-hour headaches?

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Since most taxpayers’ blood pressure rises with a letter from the IRS, here are some explanataions around the IRS notices for business and payroll.

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The Department of Labor collects $85 million a day from employers that violate the Fair Labor Standards Act. How many of those dollars are yours?

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Tax bills from the House usually go to the Senate to die. The Taxpayer First Act of 2019 (H.R. 1957), however, may be the exception to the rule.

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The IRS tipped its hand on some key payroll-related tax issues and other potential changes at this year’s APA summit. Here’s the rundown.

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There are worse fates out there for execs and companies that don’t take their payroll tax liabilities as seriously as the IRS does.

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The Department of Labor has proposed regulations that would tweak the payments that can and can’t be excluded from employees’ regular rate calculations when you’re figuring their overtime rates.

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The 2018 1040 has changed so substantially (not really for the better in our opinion) and figuring your taxes is so different that employees may be feeling more stress than usual.

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The 2018 1040 has changed so substantially (not really for the better in our opinion) and figuring your taxes is so different that employees may be feeling more stress than usual.

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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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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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