News and analysis on payroll and related issues from the APA
To fight tax fraud, many states accelerated the filing deadline for employers to file Forms W-2.
Wages classified as "supplemental wages" are often taxed at a flat rate for federal and state income tax withholding.
The American Payroll Association (APA) submitted a friend-of-the-court brief to provide information that the court might find useful as it debates its decision in Siciliano v. Mueller.
Alaska governor proposes state income tax to combat deficit - would require employer withholding.
The New York Department of Labor recently released revised proposed regulations that will impact any employer using payroll debit cards.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that the 2016 social security wage base will be $118,500; the same as in 2015. The Fact Sheet can be found on the SSA website.
There is a state trend to accelerate the filing deadlines of Forms W-2 and annual reconciliation returns.
IRS Commissioner Koskinen says that the IRS needs taxpayers’ wage data earlier so that it can identify fraudulent returns before it issues refunds.
In honor of National Payroll Week here are five steps you can do to take control of your paycheck and put more money in your pocket.
Michigan's unemployment insurance (UI) taxable wage base will decrease $500 beginning with the third quarter of 2015.