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Payroll Answer Book gives payroll professionals guidance on what steps they need to take to comply with the laws and regulations governing payroll. The Q&A format helps you quickly and easily find answers to all of your employees' payroll questions. From both a legal and practical standpoint, broad and deep coverage is given to: Payroll implications of...
Payroll Answer Book gives payroll professionals guidance on what steps they need to take to comply with the laws and regulations governing payroll. The Q&A format helps you quickly and easily find answers to all of your employees' payroll questions. From both a legal and practical standpoint, broad and deep coverage is given to: Payroll implications of the wage and hour lawHow to handle the federal employment taxation of benefits offered to employees Computing and paying payroll taxes How to handle garnishments and other deductionsHow to determine whether workers are employees or independent contractors What records must be keptWhat the benefits and disadvantages of direct deposit of employees' wages areHow to treat sick payHow to handle a merger or acquisitionWhat to ask when employees work abroad In addition to answering the full range of payroll questions, the Payroll Answer Book contains abundant examples that illustrate necessary calculations. The 2011 Edition of the Payroll Answer Book includes updated coverage of: New legislation's impact on federal income tax withholding for 2011 Additional requirement for new hire reportingRequirement to deposit employer taxes electronically with elimination of Form 8109, Federal Tax Deposit CouponHow the new healthcare legislation affects PayrollExample illustrating withholding for 2011 levy How to complete the 2011 W-2 form Revised procedure for withholding federal income tax from wages paid to nonresident aliensIncreased penalties for failure to file or furnish a Form W-2 The 2011 indexed amounts for adoption assistance, mileage allowance, high-low per diem rates, pension limits, and qualified transportation fringe benefits Decreased Social Security taxes for employees Why an employer would receive a Section 3121(q) Notice and Demand 2011 personal exemption and standard deduction amounts needed to compute exemption from tax levies Revised information about the employment taxability of employer-provided cell phonesWhy states are quick to audit employers involved in M&A transactions Explanation of the changes to Form 941, including new line 5e, COBRA premium assistance credit, and the expiration of the AEIC and HIRE Act IRS proposed regulations regarding the classification for federal tax purposes of a series of a domestic series limited liability company (LLC), a cell of a domestic cell company, or a foreign series or cell that conducts an insurance businessWhich states use their own version of the Form W-4Increased penalty for failure to report tips electronically Result of new Supreme Court case about student FICA exemption How to handle mobile ACH paymentsUpdated charts with state recordkeeping requirements Law change affecting educational assistance plan benefits Exception to rule to provide periodic statements for pay card accounts Special requirements for recordkeeping related to tipped income Guidelines for the exception to the commuting rule for unsafe conditionsSIFLrates for first half of 2011New threshold for withholding on gaming profits payments made to Indian tribal membersThe guidelines for initiating transactions through mobile devicesUpdated state directories for wage-hour, income tax, and unemployment insurance agencies
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