Payroll Today

For employees who have already run out of pandemic-related sick leave and need more, another section of the tax code offers a corporate tax credit for voluntarily providing a minimum of two weeks of paid FMLA leave to certain employees.
New regulations clarify limits on corporate deductibility when it comes to employee meals.

I voted!

October 6, 2020

You can help the election process by letting employees take time off from work to vote. On the other hand, you may not have much choice in the matter; some states require it.
The two withholding systems the IRS ushered in this year are out. An employer-optional bridge is in, starting with 2021 withholding.
Will there even be Halloween this year? Well, trick or treat or not, it’s Friday, which means a roundup of salient payroll news.
The IRS, in a new frequently asked questions document, has addressed the interaction between applying for advance pandemic-related payroll tax credits on Form 7200 and third-party payroll providers.
Tick, tick, tick. That’s the sound of the legislative calendar. It’s winding down and this may be the last, best chance for injecting another shot of pandemic-related relief into the economy.
The IRS has issued an extraordinary document—a roadmap for tax audits of tax-exempt organizations. But this roadmap can be useful even if you’re not a tax-exempt organization.
With so many employees telecommuting, it’s vital to know your state’s nexus rules to make sure your tax withholding is correct.
Here are some items you may have missed during the hustle and bustle of the week.