If you have a low- or moderate-income worker, they may be eligible for the earned income tax credit (EITC). Read on to learn all about the earned income credit, including who is eligible for it and how workers can claim the credit.
Do you have employees who live in a different state than where they work? Then you might be wondering where to send your state unemployment (SUTA) tax payments. The answer lies in the unemployment tax rules for multi-state employees. Continue reading “Where to Send SUTA Tax? Unemployment Tax Rules for Multi-state Employees”
If you have employees, you likely need to fill out and file Form 941 each quarter. Form 941 is jam-packed with different sections and calculations, which leaves room for errors. To avoid major mistakes, learn how to fill out Form 941 line by line.
As an employer, at some point or another, you may have stumbled across the term “full-time equivalent employee.” Maybe you noticed it while researching information about the Paycheck Protection Program loan. Or, maybe you came across it while looking into COBRA. Whatever the case may be, you should know how to calculate a full-time equivalent employee for a number of situations.
You furloughed your employees, and now you want to bring them back. Do you know how to rehire furloughed employees? Continue reading “How to Rehire Furloughed Employees”
When it comes to payroll regulations, there’s a lot you need to keep track of. In addition to federal laws, your state likely has its own rules in place. So, how familiar are you with payroll laws by state? Continue reading “8 Common Payroll Laws by State to Keep on Your Radar”
Ah, performance evaluation season. Some people love it. Others dread it. Whichever side you’re on, evaluations are essential for driving performance and motivating employees.
If it seems like your performance evaluation process is falling flat these days, bring it back to life by pumping up your process.
New employee forms are a staple of the onboarding process. Before an employee can legally begin working for your business, they need to fill out required forms. What forms do new employees need to fill out? Continue reading “What Forms Do New Employees Need to Fill Out?”
Ah, this is the moment most Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan borrowers have been waiting for. The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act was signed into law, bringing significant changes to the PPP. Continue reading “The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act: Important Changes to the PPP”
If your business has been devastated by the impact of the coronavirus, you might be interested in new ways to cut back expenses. Instead of laying off or furloughing employees as a way to decrease costs, you might benefit from a work share program. What is worksharing? Continue reading “What Is Worksharing, the Layoff “Alternative?””