What To Do If Your Employees Are Complaining About Their Tax Refund

The IRS made wholesale changes to the W-4 in 2020. The form was changed to allow more accurate withholdings due to the changes in the tax code related to the Tax Cut And Jobs Act passed in 2017. This legislation eliminated personal exemptions, increased the standard deduction, and made the child credit available to more people. Because employers and employees were not required to fill out new W-4s and the perceived complexity of the new process, most employees did not complete a new W-4. This…

What You Need To Know About W-2 C’s

A W-2c form is an IRS tax document used to correct or amend a W-2. It is also called a Corrected Wage and Tax Statements Form. A W-2 needs to be amended with a W-2c when an error is made when reporting employee income. Typical errors found on W-2s include incorrect names, amounts, or Social Security numbers. A W-2c can be used to correct forms that were given to employees and were filed with the Social Security Administration.

ACA Deadlines And Items To Review When Preparing For 2023

Employers with more than 50 full-time or equivalent employees must comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements. These Applicable Large Employers (ALE) are required to file the ACA Form 1095 annually. As this year's filings are being prepared, employers should consider five important things when setting up for 2023.

2022 Year-End Payroll Reporting Deadline Dates

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.

Inflation Adjustments By The IRS May Mean Less Taxes For Many Americans

Filers whose salaries have not kept pace with inflation could see savings on their federal income tax bills. The rapidly rising cost of food, energy, and other daily staples could allow many Americans to reduce their tax bills next year. Tax rates are adjusted for inflation, which typically means incremental movements in the thresholds for what income is taxed at what rate. But after a year that brought America’s fastest price growth in four decades, the shift in rates is far more notable: an …