Last week the Hawaii legislature passed SB 332, which includes new requirements to the details included on employee pay stubs.
CIC Plus is rolling out a refreshed logo and new web site. Last year, we started reviewing our brand. The entire company felt the existing marketing efforts did not accurately portray us or our technology solutions.
To make sure we were doing the right thing, we asked some of our clients for input. After listening to you, it was clear. The web site needed to go!
2013 English and Spanish Federal W-4 versions have been released by the IRS and are now available as an electronic form through CIC Plus. Electronically complete any federal, state or local withholding form through your company’s dedicated paperlessemployee.com website. Any company form, (i.e.
Have you supplied your New York employees with their annual NY Wage Theft Prevention Act form? NY requires all employers to notify their employees annually between Jan 1 – Feb 1 of their pay rate and pay day. We have developed an electronic New York Wage Theft Prevention Act solution that ensures you will be compliant....
As you may now be aware, the IRS has issued a change in the amount of employee transit expenses that are excludable from taxable wages.
The governor of Colorado says they estimate they will save $60,000 this year (and every year thereafter) with the roll out of their new online pay stubs program. Colorado started issuing paperless pay stubs to some of their employees in late November, and by the end of December, had already saved $5,400 in paper, printing and postage costs.
We can dramatically decrease your workload this time of year with our online W-2 solution. We help our clients stay compliant and on time with their IRS documentation. So contact us if you’d like to learn more.
Late Tuesday, Congress finally worked out a partial deal to avert the full impact of the fiscal cliff. With President Obama’s signature in place, the deal will make the Bush administration’s tax cuts for individuals earning less than $400,000 annually (and couples earning less than $450,000 annually) permanent. However, it will raise rates on those who make more than that.
For those employers who have New York employees, remember that the annual deadline is approaching for the additional New York Wage Theft Prevention requirements. Employers who are not compliant can face fines of up to $50 per week per employee.