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Payroll Management

Ineffective payroll management and shoddy payroll systems can result in personal liability (including JAIL TIME) for non-compliance.

Business Management Daily helps our readers with information on payroll processing and tips on timesheets that will help you to implement payroll programs that pay off.

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Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Direct deposit was once new and novel. Now, most employees do have their pay deposited directly into their bank accounts, but for others, plastic paycards may be an answer.
On-call pay conundrums ... Tread carefully with executive pay
Final regulations allow cities, counties and other political subdivisions with populations equal to or greater than the population of the least populated state to require private employers without retirement plans to auto-enroll employees into IRAs without running into ERISA.
Employers that use the standard mileage rate to value employees’ personal use of company vehicles are restricted to supplying vehicles of modest value.
Some state child support agencies are still adding an amount due to account for anomalies created by pay periods other than monthly, in addition to the monthly amount due that’s ordered by a court.
The best year-end building block is a correct first-quarter Form 941. Here’s help.
Rule changes at NACHA allow same-day settlements of payroll items.
The IRS has clarified that all C corporations are eligible for an automatic six-month extension of time to File Form 1120, not five months.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
If you have employees away on extended military deployments or who will train for two weeks this summer as members of the National Guard or Reserve, you face tricky pay problems.
Late 2016 filers may still be owed tax refunds, and that’s great news for identity thieves, whose favorite pastime is stolen identity refund fraud.
The 2017 W-2 incorporates changes that have been made over the last couple of tax seasons.
Your guide to rules on mandatory breaks in each state.
Three federal agencies—the IRS, the Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services—hold sway over group health plans. Each agency has issued regulations that will affect your group plan.
What counts as a uniform? ... Is bike sharing a legitimate pretax commuter benefit?
Regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act were to have raised the guaranteed weekly salary for exempt employees, but a federal court has issued an injunction preventing those regs from going into effect.
A federal appeals court ruled that an employee was entitled to prove at trial that she was owed overtime pay for time that her employer should have known she was working, despite her mistake in calculating her overtime pay rate.
The picture has now become clearer with the release of revised Form 6765 and new Form 8974 for tax year 2016.
The IRS has released four information letters in which it discusses the requirements for cafeteria plan benefits.
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