In 2020, eligible employees in every state could receive paid family leave … temporarily, under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. But outside of this expired emergency legislation, there are only a handful of states that require paid family leave.Read More States With Paid Family Leave [+ Chart & Map]
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States like New York, California, and Massachusetts have paid family leave programs so employees can take paid time off for medical and family issues. Along with a number of states, Washington D.C. also started a PFL program in 2019. Read on to learn all there is to know about the Washington D.C. paid family leave […]
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Regular wages aren’t the only compensation you could provide to employees. You might also offer supplemental wages. Not sure what those are? Read on to learn what supplemental pay is and how it is taxed.Read More What You Need to Know About Supplemental Wages
Withholding, remitting, and reporting payroll taxes are all a necessary part of being an employer. A big part of the responsibility of remitting these taxes is knowing when to pay them. After all, you don’t want to receive a letter from the IRS saying you missed a deadline.Read More When Are Federal Payroll Taxes Due? Federal Due Dates to Know
As a business owner and employer, there may be times when your employees receive tips. But, does receiving a tip from a customer automatically make an employee a tipped employee? And if so, what are the laws, regulations, and requirements for tipped employees and their wages? Keep reading to learn more about how to handle […]Read More How to Handle a Tipped Employee and Their Pay
Along with other COVID-19 relief measures, the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) took the world by storm in 2020 and 2021. Eligible employers who are able to keep employees on payroll can claim the credit (up to $28,000 per employee in 2021) through the end of 2021. But, what about shareholder wages? Are you able to […]Read More Employee Retention Credit Owner Wages: Do They Count for the Credit?
As a business owner and employer, you need to know about the Department of Labor (DOL), labor laws, and more. That’s a lot of information to remember. Plus, you might have questions. Specifically, you might be asking, What does the Department of Labor do? And, you may be wondering how the DOL’s laws impact you […]Read More What Does the Department of Labor Do?
Do your employees use company-owned or leased vehicles for personal reasons? If so, you need to know how to handle reporting personal use of company car for wage and tax purposes.Read More Your Guide to Navigating Through Personal Use of Company Car Rules
If you’re looking for a new benefit to offer employees, you might consider employer student loan repayment. The benefit itself isn’t new, but it got a tax-exemption makeover thanks to the CARES Act and Consolidated Appropriations Act.Read More Employer Student Loan Repayment: 2021’s Hottest New Benefit Is Here to Stay Tax-free (for a While)
At some point or another, you may find yourself looking to bring a new employee on board. But before you can find a picture perfect candidate for the job, you need to learn more about posting job openings. Read on to learn the do’s and don’ts of getting the word out about an open position […]Read More The Do’s and Don’ts of Posting Job Openings for Your Business