Payroll Today

After a short lull, the IRS is again issuing payroll-related pandemic tax relief. Congress is back to passing pandemic-related bills. As we head into the weekend, here’s the latest.
Applying for forgiveness for PPP loans will be more complicated than applying for them.
We’ve become easy prey for phishers or scammers who are impersonating contact tracers.
Since your tax liability has been impacted by all the CARES Act payroll tax credits, the IRS has had to revise the instructions for Schedule B.
Not every employee can or wants to telecommute. Reopening offices means reacquainting yourself with the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Questions are beginning to arise now that employees have been telecommuting for a couple of months. And if you’re going to continue telecommuting, you need to answer them.
Employees who are returning to work are suing their employers for a variety of perceived missteps.
The IRS has issued FAQs addressing provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act related to 401(k) plans.
The IRS has issued two new notices providing cafeteria plans with a great deal of flexibility. Plan amendments are required to take advantage of this relief.
Whenever your office reopens, it’s a safe bet it won’t look the same as it did before the pandemic. Many more employees may be working at home permanently. If that’s the case, you need to consider state nexus requirements and how this one tax concept will affect your payroll operations.