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E-Verify complements the Form I-9 process for employment eligibility verification. Heads up: According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which runs both programs, its E-Verify Monitoring and Compliance function may contact you regarding your I-9 forms.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a complicated and far-reaching law, which tax pros are still unraveling and state legislatures are still trying to come to terms with. Here’s the latest.
The way you think about time and attendance needs to change, according to three panelists at the American Payroll Association’s 36th Annual Congress.
These regs won’t become effective until final regs are issued, but it’s anticipated that they will become effective for information returns you’re required to file in 2019.
There’s a lot for employers to like about the U.S. Department of Labor’s new Payroll Audit Independent Determination program—known as PAID. Some state officials aren’t so enthusiastic.
The IRS, in conjunction with the State Department, began revoking the passports of seriously delinquent tax debtors earlier this year. There are exceptions.
Employees’ road in seeking to sue their employers for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act just got substantially rockier, thanks to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions issued at the end of the 2017-2018 term. Here are the highlights.
Here are digests of recently released official announcements from the federal government.
Your options: You can either void uncashed checks or hold them open on your books. Hiccup: Banks generally won’t honor checks that are older than six months, so your employees won’t be happy either.
If misclassified workers pay their income and self-employment taxes, you’re off the hook for the income taxes you didn’t withhold and likewise for both the employer and employee portions of FICA (but penalties may still apply).
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