Don’t be surprised if employees complain about smaller paychecks this pay cycle.
Employers can reimburse up to 55.5 cents for business miles driven in 2012 — the same rate as the second half of 2011 — without incurring taxable income to employees.
Come Jan. 31, employers in 20 states (plus the Virgin Islands) must deposit higher-than-usual Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) taxes with their Form 940, Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) tax return.
SSA’s first taxable wage base boost in several years means more than just higher taxes for top earners – it may also bring more questions for you.
The feds just expanded the universe of who can use the E-Verify Self Check Tool.
The feds issued a warning about a message you may soon receive.
The expiration of the “temporary” 0.2% FUTA surtax on June 30 changes employers’ recordkeeping duties.
The IRS has changed its mind about raising mileage rates.
Some of your company’s highest earners won’t be happy when they hear they’ll be paying more taxes next year.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch — or a Free Choice Voucher under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).