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Nov
22
2017

Employers do not contribute to income tax, as they do for payroll tax. Therefore, you could think of payroll tax as a nominal tax of your paycheck that you share with your employer.Read More

Nov
22
2017

It’s hard to believe another National Payroll Week is in the books. The 2017 National Payroll Week campaign was one of the most exciting yet thanks to the support and involvement of members of the American Payroll Association members, official sponsors, payroll and finance professionals, and more.Read More

Nov
14
2017

As payroll professionals know, an employee can change his or her W-4 whenever needed, especially when a major life event occurs. If an employee is reducing his or her number of allowances, that employee must report the change within 10 days by submitting a new W-4.Read More

Nov
07
2017

Tax season is right around the corner. Nobody wants to be scrambling last minute to file their returns, hoping all of their T’s are crossed and I’s dotted. Here are two tips that can have a huge impact on your tax filings from 2017 in 2018. Read More

Oct
31
2017

Moving to a new place can be a stressful and overwhelming experience for everybody. Did you know those pricey moving expenses could be tax deductible? Here are five ways to make sure your expenses are eligible for a tax deduction.Read More

Oct
26
2017

Calculating your withholding tax can be a daunting task. Percentages, annual gross income, tax rates, and filing status can create a concoction of time consumption and frustration. Fortunately, by getting to know some basic terms and tools, your frustration will subside.Read More

Oct
17
2017

Residents of Northern California have suffered a horrific month battling relentless wildfires, destroying thousands of homes and businesses and taking the lives of numerous people. Due to the recent catastrophe, the IRS has implemented a new regulation permitting the extension of tax filings until January 31, 2018. Read More

Oct
10
2017

Whether it is a temporary summer job or full time employment, minors will need to fill out a Form W-4. The question arises: are minors exempt?Read More

Oct
03
2017

Gross income has a different definition for different situations. For example, when referring to salaries and wages, it refers to one thing, but when discussing business profits it means another.Read More

Sep
26
2017

When it comes to residency status, there is often a lot of confusion. This is because the laws relating to residency are not the same from state to state. In fact, each state has its own rules for classifying a place of residence.Read More

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