Blog Posts in Tax Compliance

The tax legislation signed into law late in 2017 continues to affect both employers and employees alike. In May 2018, the IRS published an announcement detailing several changes to job-related deductions. It is incumbent on taxpayers to understand...Read more
Intro to Payroll Taxes for New Business Owners
Numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) show that hundreds of thousands of new businesses are started each year. If you find yourself among the entrepreneurs who have started new ventures in 2018, we want to welcome you aboard. As...Read more
W-4 Confusion: Point Employees to New IRS Tool
Tax reform signed into law late last year (2017) is already benefiting employees who are now seeing more money in their paychecks. But experts warn that any differences seen in 2018 paychecks may not carry over into 2019. Furthermore, some employees...Read more
Expect These Tax Overhaul Questions from Employees
Tax and payroll experts have been saying that February and March would be the time employees began asking questions about the GOP tax overhaul. If your payroll department has not started getting questions yet, buckle up. You should start fielding...Read more
What to Do If Your Company Received IRS Letter 226J
Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliance remains a requirement for qualifying employers irrespective of the repeal of the individual mandate. More importantly, the repeal of the individual mandate does not repeal the employer mandate. ACA regulations...Read more
Notable 2018 Tax Due Dates for the Payroll Department
It is beginning to look a lot like tax time for America's businesses. With the end of every calendar year and the start of a new one comes the responsibility of making sure numerous tax forms are filed accurately and on time. And make no mistake;...Read more
Holiday Tipping: A Quick Restaurant Payroll Reminder
The busy holiday season generally means more business for restaurants. Things are so busy in some restaurants that servers and bartenders can earn more tip income this time of year than at any other. As a payroll service provider with specialized...Read more
What to Do about Those Pesky Extra Pay Periods
If your company pays biweekly, you will end the 2017 calendar year with an extra pay period. In other words, your employees will have been paid 27 times this year rather than the typical 26. No, this is not a scam. It is really just an optical...Read more