Employers with 100 or more employees, federal contractors with 50 or more employees, and a limited number of additional employers detailed on the EEOC website are required to file an EEO-1.
The 2021 EEO-1 Component 1 data collection is tentatively scheduled to open on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. The tentative deadline to file the 2021 EEO-1 Component 1 Report is Tuesday, May 17, 2022.
As we work our way through the first quarterly filing period of 2022, most of us hope we don’t get a surprise from the Federal or State agencies we work with in the form of an official notice.
If you do happen to get a notice from one of the many agencies you work with, Aatrix is here to help with any filing issue you encounter after eFiling using the Aatrix eFile Center.
The IRS updated the forms to reflect the expiration of COVID-19-related relief provisions at the end of 2021. Form 941 retains lines to claim tax credits for qualified leave wages paid in 2022 for leave taken in 2021. Similarly, some employers may be eligible to claim the COBRA premium assistance credit for the first quarter of 2022.
While We Don’t Know All The Changes That We’ll See To Payroll in 2022 - Here Is What We Know So Far! Changes already released this year include:
State Unemployment Wage Bases; Social Security Wage Base; Medicare Tax; Dependent Care Limits; Limits To Health Savings Accounts & Health Flexible Spending Accounts; IRA and 401K Contribution Limits; Updated Federal Standard Mileage Rate.
Employers interested in offering wage payments in cryptocurrency should be aware of and comply with applicable withholding, wage and hour, and wage payment requirements at the Federal and State levels. Although employers can not currently pay employee’s base salaries, hourly pay, and overtime pay in the U.S. they may offer bonuses or incentive payments in cryptocurrency. Additionally, employers can use a third-party cryptocurrency payment processing company (e.g., Bitpay) or conversion service r…