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The labor shortage in the US continues to be a significant challenge for most businesses as we recover from the pandemic and settle into the new reality. The Chamber of Commerce recently released a report that stated that 90% of businesses say it's difficult or very difficult to find workers right now. As of the October jobs report, job openings reached a high of 10.44 million. Nation-wide restaurant and retail traffic is up 52% since January, and many businesses are reducing hours because o…

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Year-End Payroll Reporting Checklist

Posted on November 11, 2021

Year-end is approaching at light speed and will be here before you know it. There are a few critical steps that need to be completed to make year-end payroll reporting go smoothly and accurately. Here is a quick checklist that can get you organized and eliminate some of the pain associated with W-2, 1099, and ACA 1095 filing.

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Whether you have been an Aatrix customer for years or just a few days, the Aatrix Welcome page has tons of great resources to help get the most out of your Aatrix eFile Account. Aatrix provides a series of instructional videos to help customers set up their eFile Account and start filing all required State and Federal payroll tax reports. Videos include help with enrollment, filing Unemployment, Wage Withholding, and New Hire reports, as well as year-end reports including W-2s, 1099s, and ACA re…

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The Internal Revenue Service has issued updated per diem rates that take effect Oct. 1, 2021, which taxpayers can use to substantiate the amount of expenses for lodging, meals, and incidental expenses when traveling away from home. This optional “high-low” per diem rates for lodging expenses and meals and incidental expenses (M&IE) that may be used instead of the General Services Administration’s “actual” per diem rates for travel to locations within the continental U.S.

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The IRS proposed regulations amending the rules for filing electronically that reduces the threshold for filing W-2s. The Taxpayer First Act proposes wide-sweeping changes in an effort to modernize the IRS and improve the efficiency of the taxpayer experience when filing taxes. This is further evidence of the government’s commitment to e-filing. Electronic filing makes processing returns much easier for the IRS.

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