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IRS Presents Filing Tips for 2022

The IRS is encouraging taxpayers to make sure they're well-informed about their tax situation as the filing deadline approaches. The key topics include special...

Payroll Tax Rates and Contribution Limits for 2022

Below are federal payroll tax rates and benefits contribution limits for 2022. Social Security tax In 2022, the Social Security tax rate is 6.2% for employers and...

DOL Issues Final Regulations on Tip Sharing

On Sept. 24, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor issued final regulations on tip sharing and employer penalties. The regulations became effective on Nov. 23, 2021...

Affordable Care Act Upheld — Again

In a 7-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld, again, the Affordable Care Act. Texas and other states had sued to overturn it. The court's opinion, written by...

Affordable Care Act: What Employers Need to Know

The first thing you have to figure out is whether you're a big or small employer because the rules are different. Generally, if you have fewer than 50 employees,...

The Minimum Wage: Know the Basics

The federal minimum wage is currently at $7.25 per hour, as established by the Fair Labor Standards Act. This rate has not been raised since 2009. Employers in...

Affordable Care Act Upheld — Again

In a 7-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld, again, the Affordable Care Act. Texas and other states had sued to overturn it. The court's opinion, written by...

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Taxable and Nontaxable Employee Benefits

As the unemployment rate falls from its 2020 high, employees are switching jobs in record numbers. The new stability in the economy means workers have more leeway...

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Does Workers' Compensation Cover Remote Employees?

The vast majority of states require employers to carry workers' compensation insurance, which helps pay lost wages, medical expenses, and rehabilitation costs for employees who are injured while doing a work-related activity.

The Tax Situation When You Have Employees

Once you have at least one person working for your business, you're an employer. Being an employer comes with a wide range of responsibilities, including withholding, depositing, and paying employment taxes.

Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

The IRS says, "All taxpayers should review their federal withholding each year to make sure they're not having too little or too much tax withheld." However, employees may not be aware of the IRS' suggestion, which is why employers should tell them about it.

HR and Payroll Self-Service: Essential Features and Best Practices

Self-service platforms let employees view and manage certain HR and payroll tasks themselves, which eases pressure on the HR or payroll team. Studies show that the vast majority of employers offer self-service HR or payroll.

Understanding Pre-Tax and After-Tax 401(k) Plans

Most people think about saving for retirement. If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, which about half of all companies currently do, taking advantage of that plan is an attractive option.

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