Advice

Daylight-saving time begins at 2:00 a.m., March 13, 2022.
You can’t close out 2021 yet, even though you just filed your W-2s with the Social Security Administration. Now it’s time to fix the mistakes you inadvertently made on those forms.
You may not know the difference between an IRS revenue officer and an IRS settlement officer, but you had better make sure your tax pro does. The Tax Court upheld tax liens and levies against an accountant who, in his position as an employer, mixed up those two positions.
A new initiative requires group health plans to either provide home covid tests or reimburse employees for the cost.
While we wait for the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates—probably next week—let’s review what happened on the payroll front this week.
You don’t have to wait for the Supreme Court to rule. You can create your own vaccine mandate.
Payroll Today is wrapping up our 2021 coverage. Here’s everything payroll-related you need to know before setting the cookies out for Santa.
During the early stages of the pandemic, the U.S. Department of Education suspended the collection of federal student loans, including garnishments related to defaulted loans. This forbearance has been extended several times, but it expires for good on Jan. 31, 2022.
Form 1099 filers have long been able to rely on the IRS’ free Combined Federal/State Filing program to forward copies of their 1099s to participating states. Problem: The IRS was unable to add Form 1099-NEC to the list of forms eligible for this program for 2021 filings. It has now done so for 2022 filings.
Savvy Payroll pros know executing a strategic plan for January is the key to lower stress levels. Here’s some help.