- Nevada Becomes First State to Enact Earned Wage Access Law
- Arkansas Issue Revised Withholding Tables
- North Dakota Issue Revised Withholding Tables
- Florida Requires Certain Private Employers to Use E-Verify Beginning July 1
- Idaho Revises Withholding Tables, No Retroactive Withholding
- Utah Revises Withholding Tables
Due to persistent high inflation, employees will be able to sock away a lot more money in their health savings accounts (HSAs) next year. Annual HSA contribution limits for 2024 are increasing in one of the biggest jumps in recent years.
As a result of many businesses implementing work-from-home policies during the pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security granted employers the ability to verify I-9 documents via video, fax, or email for employees hired from March 2020 to the present. Changes are coming effective July 31, 2023.
Are you a business owner who recently received a CP2100A Notice from the IRS informing you of discrepancies between information reported to the IRS and the IRS's database? If so, it's time to take action.
While getting a notice from the IRS is never pleasant, ignoring it—or thinking you'll get to it later—can lead to hefty penalties and interest charges. The good news is there are steps you can take right now to reduce your exposure and minimize potential damage.