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Payroll Legal Alert

Mickey and Minnie have gotten their due. The Department of Labor has announced that it has reached an agreement with the Walt Disney Co. to pay $3.8 million in back wages to 16,339 “cast members” who had to pay for “costumes” to be worn at the company’s theme parks.

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If you have a health plan, the odds are you’re covered under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA. The Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights—the OCR—has become aware of two phishing schemes related to HIPAA.

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The credit is taken on Form 941. For calendar year businesses, the first time the credit can be taken is on the second-quarter form, which is due July 31.

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Yes, we know the Fourth of July is loads of fun, and that your attention is tuned to company picnics, vacation and the like. But taking care of some routine payroll maintenance tasks now can keep payroll fireworks from blowing up on you later on.

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The California Supreme Court has ruled that penalty wages, in addition to final wages, were due to a retiree whose final pay was late. PLUS: a 2017 all-states chart on penalty wages.

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Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from around the federal government.

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Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

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Gift cards from HR … Fixing three years’ worth of miscalculated benefits

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It’s becoming increasingly hard to find a human to talk to when you pick up the phone. It was inevitable that automated advisers—called robo-advisers—would seep into the 401(k) arena.

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If you can’t pay your back payroll taxes all at once, you may enter into an installment agreement with the IRS and pay them off over time. Bad news: The fees for entering into installment agreements have increased precipitously.

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