Looking for Texas state tax information? PaycheckCity’s sister site Payroll-Taxes.com houses all of the tax research behind the paycheck calculators on PaycheckCity. Read this article for our current research on Texas taxes including state tax, unemployment, income tax, and more.
Earlier this year PaycheckCity reported on the controversial IRS ruling that reclassified some restaurant servers’ automatic gratuities from a tip to a wage, thus making these gratuities subject to additional taxes on the employee and employer fronts. Now, as the 2013 tax filing system is well under way, the IRS is also issuing important reminders to workers who get tips on the job from customers. Read on to make sure that you are up to date on what you should know about your tip income.
If you lose your job or your employer lays you off, you may be able to get unemployment benefits. The payments may be a welcomed relief. But you should know that they’re taxable. If you received unemployment compensation last year, here are five important facts from the IRS to know as you prepare and file your 2013 tax return.
I suspect as a payroll service provider, you’ve never given much thought to the sales tax outsourcing concept or to the fact that your clients probably need to outsource sales tax as much as they do payroll. Sales Tax in and of itself is outside the standard thinking of a typical Payroll company and their core offering. The reality is payroll outsourcing and sales tax outsourcing are more closely aligned than you might think.
Looking for California state tax information? PaycheckCity’s sister site Payroll-Taxes.com houses all of the tax research behind the paycheck calculators on PaycheckCity. California is always one of the most requested and searched states for payroll tax information. Read this article for our current research on California taxes including state tax, unemployment, income tax, and more.