Frequency of Updates:Annually
Payroll Practitioner’s Compliance Handbook provides you with a detailed look at the extensive legislative and regulatory developments affecting employment tax reporting, including federal and state changes that incorporate the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling in Windsor and a summary of the IRS regulations governing new information reporting requirements in 2015 under the Affordable Care Act. And that’s just the beginning! The Handbook, relied on by payroll practitioners for over 20 years, is a valuable quarterly and year-end resource that provides you with:
- A review of late-breaking developments, including the SSA’s announcement that Form W-2 files containing certain reporting errors will be rejected effective with tax year 2014.
- Form W-2 reporting changes employers can expect in the near future to help in combatting tax refund fraud. Essential information on how employers need to work with their third-party payroll service providers.
- A state-by-state analysis of the states potentially subject to the FUTA credit reduction in 2014 and future years.
- Step-by-step instructions on completing federal employment tax forms, such as the W-2, W-2c, W-3, 940, and 945 including case studies and matching filled-in forms.
- Quick-reference charts, completely updated for tax year 2014, including a state-by-state listing of: electronic and magnetic media reporting requirements for Forms W-2 and unemployment tax returns, contact information for withholding and unemployment tax questions, and a summary of the federal tax treatment and reporting of the most commonly provided fringe benefits.
- A look ahead at developments unfolding for 2015 and future years.
- Virtually every federal form you’ll need for year-end and quarterly employment tax reporting.
- Over 1,000 pages of clear and concise guidance including hundreds of real-life examples, sample forms, charts, and official references.
- A free comprehensive update in the fall of 2015 that includes the latest developments.
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