Payroll Today

New Hampshire is trying to haul Massachusetts into court for continuing to tax New Hampshire residents who are telecommuting from home and who normally work in Massachusetts. But it’s not just any old court, and the decision may affect you even if you’re 1,000 miles away from New England.
Time flies when you’re having fun, right? It seems like it was just seven days ago we did our last Friday wrap! So let’s fasten our seat belts and review the week’s happenings.
A review of employees’ altered COBRA and special enrollment options during a pandemic that’s gone on longer than the IRS or DOL envisioned.
You can’t afford to botch it with a late roll out of your year-end plan. This year will be even more challenging and you don’t have to guess why. Here’s what you need to consider.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that many employees are just as productive when they’re working from home as they are in the office. Which raises the question: Can you make employees come back to the office?
The IRS issued two related documents last Friday: a revenue ruling dealing with withholding and reporting periodic distributions and a revenue procedure dealing with rollover distributions.
Here’s the seed-free scoop on payroll-related happenings this week.
It’s been quite a few weeks since the Small Business Administration floated new interim final rules regarding the Paycheck Protection Program. The streak has ended. At least this time, it’s good news for borrowers who took out small loans.
October has been designated National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And domestic violence is yet another unfortunate side effect of the pandemic. You can help employees who are victims. Here’s how.
Maybe pandemic relief talks are back on in Congress, maybe they’re not. While everyone figures out who’s talking to whom (or not), let’s review some other stuff that happened this week.