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Understanding the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) being signed into law by President Donald Trump on Dec. 22, 2017, several changes to individual and business taxation were made. How those changes affect each taxpayer depends on that individual’s specific situation. Below is a “big-picture” overview of various provisions affecting businesses and individuals, with more […]
Current Form I-9 Remains Effective
Form I-9 was set to expire March 31, 2016; however, that day has come and gone, and the current Form I-9 remains effective.
Choosing the Right HCM Software Provider Is Essential to ACA Compliance
The complex nature of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is well documented, and for good reason. The criteria for applicable large employers (ALEs) contain a sea of intricacies, which are tough
Yet Another Case Challenging ACA Rejected by Court
The latest challenge against the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been rejected after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case questioning the source of the law’s origins.
How ACA Form Extension Affects Employees, Individual Mandate
For 2016, certain employers are required to provide employees with the IRS Form 1095-C, “Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage,” in time for employees to file for their taxes
‘Cadillac Tax’ Delayed to 2020
Businesses likely to be impacted by the Affordable Care Act’s looming “Cadillac tax” were given temporary relief.
Obama’s Executive Order Guarantees Paid Sick Leave to Federal Contractors
While many around the country enjoyed a fun-filled, three-day weekend, not everyone had Labor Day off. On the day we celebrated America’s 120 million-plus workers, President Barack Obama signed an executive order making paid sick leave mandatory for employees of federal contractors.
5 Scenarios Caused by the Overtime Pay Requirements of FLSA
Under the Free Labor Standards Act (FLSA), many salaried employees with managerial jobs who receive more than $450 a week aren’t entitled to overtime pay, but that would change under a new proposal by the Obama administration. Workers classified as manager or professional who earn up to $970 a week would have to be paid overtime, per the plan devised by the Department of Labor (DOL).
Changes Coming to Definition of Exempt Employees
Millions of Americans could become eligible for overtime pay in the coming months.
North Dakota Alters Income Withholding Tables
In an effort to reduce income tax rates for individuals, North Dakota recently released new tax withholding tables that will affect businesses and their employees immediately for tax years beginning on or following Jan. 1, 2015.
Illinois Acts to Halt Wage Theft
What if we lived in a world in which organizations were held accountable for wages owed to their employees? Look no further than Cook County, Ill., whose board of commissioners recently approved a wage theft ordinance. The new ordinance was passed on behalf of low-income employees who increasingly have been plagued by businesses taking advantage of their hard work and abusing labor requirements.
Earned Income Tax Credit Notification a Must
Heads up: The IRS is requiring employers to notify their employees of the Earned Income Credit (EIC) for 2014.