Attention Oregon employers! Specifically, attention employers in Eugene, Oregon. A new type of payroll tax is coming your way in 2021. Learn all about the Eugene Community Safety Payroll tax and whether or not you need to withhold and remit it to the city.Read More Everything You Need to Know About the Eugene Community Safety Payroll Tax
Employees want the wages they deserve. Employers want to avoid penalties and fines. Want the best of both worlds? Understand the difference between exempt vs. nonexempt employees.Read More Understand the Difference Between Exempt vs. Nonexempt Employees
As an employer, you must withhold certain taxes from employees’ wages. Then, file and deposit them with the proper agencies. One form your business may need to file to report payroll taxes withheld from employee wages is Form 944. Read on to get the scoop on what is Form 944 and whether or not your […]Read More What Is Form 944, and How to Know If You Need to File One
Once you send Forms W-2 to your employees, you don’t have to worry about the annual form until next year. Or, do you? If you don’t know how to fill out Form W-2, you may run into problems.Read More How to Fill Out Form W-2: Box-by-box Breakdown
As the year comes to a close, you might be gung-ho about all the goals you want to achieve in next year. But before you can get the ball rolling in the new year, you have to wrap up some things in the current year—including your payroll.Read More A Year-end Payroll Checklist to Finish the Year Strong
Want to show your employees you appreciate their hard work throughout the year? You might decide to distribute gift cards to your employees. But before you start doling them out, you need to know …. Are gift cards taxable?Read More Are Gift Cards Taxable?
If you’re thinking about hiring employees, you need a plan for payroll. But with the added expense of wages and benefits, you might not be too keen on the high price tag that comes with outsourcing payroll. Fear not—you can learn how to do payroll yourself.Read More A Quick Guide on How to Do Payroll Yourself
Paying Social Security tax is a time-honored tradition—since 1937, to be exact. Both employers and employees pay the tax. But when an employee hits the Social Security wage base, it’s game over for withholding and contributing the tax.Read More The Social Security Wage Base Is Your Cue to Stop Withholding This Tax
Picture this: You fill out your quarterly Form 941 and submit it to the IRS. Everything seems fine and dandy … until you realize you made a mistake on the form. The panic sets in, and you’re left wondering what to do. Instead of stressing about the blunder, learn how to use IRS Form 941-X […]Read More Whoops! Use IRS Form 941-X to Correct Errors Made on Your Quarterly Form
Thinking about giving your employees paid sick or vacation days? Why not combine them under one paid time off plan?Read More Break Your Employees Off a Piece of That … Paid Time Off?