Are you an employer in West Virginia? If so, you might have heard about House Bill 2526, a 2023 law that significantly cut individual income tax rates. As a result, your West Virginia income tax withholding might look a little different.Read More West Virginia Income Tax Rates: Here’s What Changed for WV Withholding in 2023
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How to Fill Out Form 944: Step-by-step Guide
All employers are responsible for reporting employee wage and tax information to the IRS. Many employers use Form 941 to report this information each quarter. But, some eligible small business owners use Form 944 to report wages and taxes annually instead. Are you one of them? If so, you need to learn how to fill […]Read More How to Fill Out Form 944: Step-by-step Guide
IRS Notice 2023-13 and SITCA: What Service Industry Employers Need to Know
Have you heard about the Service Industry Tip Compliance Agreement program, otherwise known as SITCA?Read More IRS Notice 2023-13 and SITCA: What Service Industry Employers Need to Know
How to Fill Out Form 941 (2023): Your Step-by-step Guide On the Form
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.Read More How to Fill Out Form 941 (2023): Your Step-by-step Guide On the Form
Employee Withholding by State [+ Links to Employer Forms]
As an employer, you have a million and one tasks to take care of. One of these oh-so-important responsibilities is withholding payroll taxes from employee wages. And, your job doesn’t stop there. You also need to fill out and remit certain withholding forms to your state. Get to know all about employee withholding by state.Read More Employee Withholding by State [+ Links to Employer Forms]
New Jersey Paid Family Leave (+Q&A)
New Jersey started its paid family leave plan in 2009 with the New Jersey Family Leave Act. New Jersey paid family leave (PFL) made NJ the second state (after California) to pass a PFL policy. If you’re a New Jersey employer, you need to know about your responsibilities.Read More New Jersey Paid Family Leave (+Q&A)
Claiming Employee Retention Credit Retroactively: Extended Deadline and More Details
Think it’s too late to take advantage of the Employee Retention Credit? Think again. Employers now have until 2024 (and in some cases, 2025) to claim the credit retroactively. So, how do you know if you qualify for the credit? And, what are the steps for claiming Employee Retention Credit retroactively? Keep reading to find […]Read More Claiming Employee Retention Credit Retroactively: Extended Deadline and More Details
What You Need to Know About California Paid Family Leave [+ FAQs]
California was the first state to create a paid family leave (PFL) program in 2002 (benefits became available in 2004). Since then, 11 other states have created paid family leave programs (plus Washington D.C.). If you’re an employer in California, you must withhold PFL contributions from employees’ wages while running payroll. Read on to learn […]Read More What You Need to Know About California Paid Family Leave [+ FAQs]
What Is the Best Payroll Software for Small Business?
Software can make payroll—and your life—much easier. But it’s easy to get overwhelmed when shopping for payroll software. After all, there are a variety of tools to choose from. And as a savvy business owner, you want to find the best fit for your company. So, what is the best payroll software for small business?Read More What Is the Best Payroll Software for Small Business?
What Is My State Unemployment Tax Rate?
Running payroll means staying on top of your employment tax responsibilities. In addition to withholding income and payroll taxes from employee wages, you must contribute employer taxes. Unlike some other taxes, state unemployment taxes do not have a standard rate. Read on to answer, What is my state unemployment tax rate?Read More What Is My State Unemployment Tax Rate?