Managing payroll tax compliance can be time-consuming, given all the complexities involved, leaving your payroll tax team sitting at their desks longer than they'd like to be. Discover three time hacks that can give your team time back in their day to do what they enjoy — at work and at home.
Eye on Washington Team Generally, an organization filing 10 or more returns or statements (previously more than 250) in a calendar year will be required to file electronically in 2024. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released...
Pay transparency is more than a compliance issue. The practice impacts talent attraction, employee engagement and work culture as well. Following the best practices for implementing pay transparency will help organizational leaders navigate change and respond to concerns that could be raised by future candidates and current employees.
No company wants to receive an ACA (Affordable Care Act) penalty notice from the IRS. There are some key questions you can ask yourself when you sit down to work out the details of the health plan(s) you will offer your employees for the upcoming plan year. Your answers to these questions could save you a hefty penalty two years down the road.
Do you let your employees access their wages before payday? If so, this article offers help with processing their wage garnishments correctly. This article was written in partnership with Vicki Contreras, Sr. Director, Org Enablement, ADP compliance and shared services team.
To help promote pay equity, several states and local jurisdictions have passed pay transparency laws, which require employers to provide pay range information to applicants and employees. Employers who violate these laws may face agency investigations, lawsuits and civil penalties, as well as an obligation to correct any violation.
State legislation is ushering in a host of changes in 2023. Laws differ from state to state but knowing how new rules may impact your organization's workers and payroll practices is critical to compliance success, not to mention avoiding penalty fines or legal expenses.
Deductions are typically thought of as part of an employment relationship, but they may also be relevant when it comes to engaging with independent contractors.
United States (U.S.) employers will continue to face a complex regulatory landscape in the year ahead. What will organizations need to do to stay compliant?
As more organizations rely on an independent contractor workforce, having an onboarding process with the proper guardrails in place can help enable you to verify contractor licenses quickly and effectively.