With the flurry of W-2 changes Payroll encountered in 2020, year-end could be tough-going. And the last thing any CFO wants is a costly compliance misstep. But there’s help. This checklist of 2020 W-2 changes will help your team ensure compliance. A checklist of W-2 changes for Payroll 1. The IRS revised the W-2 instructions […]
If your company wants to set up a leave donation program to let employees donate sick, vacation or personal leave to victims of the coronavirus pandemic, go right ahead. You have the green light from IRS. IRS Notice 2020-46 gives you specifics on how employers can administer such leave donation programs. Here’s what you need […]
Any company can be vulnerable to pay errors, no matter how careful your payroll staffers are. And if those errors make an employee’s pay late, you can bet that won’t go over well.
Your company has 90 additional days to keep reviewing I-9 employment documentation remotely. The feds granted yet another extension of remote I-9 checking. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) just announced employers now have until Nov. 19 to use the interim COVID-19 policy. You’ll remember that back in March, ICE cleared remote I-9 checking […]
The Biden administration has just extended this student loan relief through at least Sept. 30, 2021. Make sure Payroll hasn’t been garnishing employee wages to repay federal student loans in the first month of the new year. There’s been another extension for student loan relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Any garnishment orders to pay […]
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