Payroll Today

While we’re waiting for the judges of the 6th Circuit to decide both motions, let’s bust some myths surrounding the mandate.
If you deferred depositing your 6.2% share of Social Security taxes last year, you have 34 days, not counting today, to make your first payment.


November 24, 2021

Before the world’s simplest apple pie recipe, news on Forms 1095-C and a raise for federal contract workers.
We’ve been hit with an alarming number of spam emails lately… and we are very, very irritated.
Here are highlights of the BBB as passed by the House last Friday morning and now destined for the Senate, where major changes undoubtedly await.
Welcome to our Friday wrap, where none of us are rookies and we always pitch straight.
Are work-from-home stipends taxable? Any problem with rehiring a retiree as a consultant? And in regards to withholding and unemployment: In which states are our remote employees really working?
The 6th Circuit Court, which has been chosen to hear the challenges to the shot mandate, can uphold all of it, some of it or none of it. And then OSHA can try again. So compliance shouldn’t wait. These are the preliminary steps you need to take now.
You can have only one domicile, but many residences, and you can be taxable in all. And because residency is a straight time test, states rely on domicile when they go after taxpayers who have moved.
The 5th Circuit has issued a permanent stay of OSHA’s covid-19 vaccine emergency temporary standard, which means it believes states and businesses suing to prevent OSHA’s mandate from taking effect have a good chance of prevailing at trial. The 5th Circuit’s decision, however, isn’t the end of the story.