Month: December 2021

Log4J Zero-Day Vulnerability

Log4J Zero-Day Vulnerability On Friday, December 10, 2021, the world found out about vulnerability CVE-2021-44228 in the Log4J Java component. That component is commonly installed on Web servers and Java application-based systems and servers to log or write system messages and other messages to the computer. This particular vulnerability has been rated a 10.0 out of 10.0 regarding the dangerous abilities that this vulnerability poses to computer systems and its ease of being exploited.

2022 IRS Form 941 Deposit Rules and Schedule

There are two deposit schedules (monthly or semiweekly) for determining when you deposit Social Security and Medicare taxes and withheld Federal income tax. These schedules tell you when a deposit is due after a tax liability arises (for example, when you have a payday). Before the beginning of each calendar year, you must determine which of the two deposit schedules you must use. The deposit schedule you use is based on the total tax liability you reported during a look-back period. Your deposiā€¦

5 Things You Need To Know About Forms, Legislation and Compliance Requirements

Important News Regarding New Forms, New Legislation, And New Compliance Requirements - IRS Rules Lower W2 Electronic Filing Threshold - General Instructions for 2022 W-4 For Employees - Employee Retention Credit Ends Early - New Employee Withholding Certificate for 2022 For Colorado - Illinois Labor Department Issues Press Release on Pay Data Reporting

2021 Year-End Payroll Reporting Deadline Dates

Aatrix W-2/1099 Year-End eFile Deadlines Year-end is here and to guarantee timely filing and avoid fines and penalties associated with late filings, it is critical to know the deadline for each year-end report you are required to file. The following deadlines are the dates your files must be received by Aatrix to guarantee on-time filing to each State or Federal agency involved.