Alice Gliman

A fast-food chicken restaurant sought ‘volunteers’ to work for sandwiches instead of money. The plan did not fly.
Employees often file their W-4s and promptly forget about them. This primer will help them understand how those forms affect their taxes.
IRS is retiring its Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. Here’s what will replace it.
Budget bills on the move, Michigan rules in doubt and erroneous notices from the IRS
The Federal Trade Commission is bringing its expertise (and enforcement powers) to work hand-in-hand with the NLRB.
ERISA rules allow some health plans to reimburse employees who must travel out of state to receive reproductive care.
It’s payroll’s nightmare scenario: All your direct deposits were reversed! Now what?
The IRS’ Whistleblower Office successfully collected $6.39 billion from noncompliant taxpayers in FY 2021 and paid more than more than $1.05 billion to whistleblowers.
The payroll-related news you need from all over the government, from the CDC, IRS and the Labor Department.
The IRS’ Joe Tiberio explains the latest on backup withholding, the soon-to-come 1099 portal and new issues revenue agents are seeing.