Payroll Tax Solutions Blog
  • Tax Impound Account Best Practices

    Thursday, June 28, 2018
    Payroll Tax Management

    Date: Thursday, June 28, 2018

    When it comes to payroll taxes, the margin for getting it wrong is, well, none. And yet some risky practices persist, perhaps in the mistaken belief that high-profile cases of disaster are the result of practices so egregious that anyone with a little common sense can easily stay out of trouble. ..

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  • Payroll Tax Management

    Date: Monday, April 30, 2018

    As the number of so-called "gig" employees continues to grow, outpacing growth in the rest of the workforce by as much as three times, according to some estimates, a number of states are taking up legislative efforts to define who meets the definition of a gig employee – more formally known as an independent contractor – and what benefits they should be able to obtain. ..

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  • Payroll Tax Management

    Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

    If you are a payroll provider who owns your business, picture yourself semi-retired – still enjoying all of the perks of owning a business and keeping intellectually active, but with less work and more time to take restorative vacations. Are you ready to unload some responsibilities to make this a reality? ..

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  • Payroll Tax Management

    Date: Monday, January 08, 2018

    It takes more than a little confusion to get a payroll specialist worked up. A new wrinkle in the regulatory landscape? Looming deadlines? It’s all in a day’s work for the people who make sure all the other people get paid. ..

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  • Payroll Tax Management

    Date: Monday, April 18, 2016

    Companies and their payroll tax teams deal with a number of deadlines on a daily basis. Whether it’s cutting checks, processing deposits before the bank closes or filing taxes prior to the federal cut off, these obligations can pile up quickly. Along the way, it’s possible errors occur and mistakes are made. In the rush to get these tasks done, payroll service providers or in-house departments focus on the “now.” As a result, these blunders are never rectified and can become even larger as time goes on. When this happens, many teams focus on reactive, instead of proactive planning. The latter, however, could save companies from penalties and the headaches that go with them. ..

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