It's more important than ever to be in compliance with payroll laws and regulations! 2012 will be a challenging year to be in compliance with the ever-changing payroll laws and regulations. to add to your stress, Federal and state agencies are ramping up audits. And, the penalties the government may impose are substantial! How do you stay in compliance and avoid penalties? The APA Basic Guide to Payroll is written to make understanding the laws and regulations as easy as possible. and this single-volume guide is filled with tools to help you apply the law and make proper calculations - with ease! Among the many, handy features, you'll find: How to complete the W-2 50-state charts that give you at-a-glance answers to questions regarding key payroll requirements Our Fingertip Guide that enables you to find payroll taxability and wage-hour ramifications of benefits immediately Clear checklists that help you make precise determinations quickly and confidently And much more! The APA Basic Guide to Payroll, 2012 Revised Edition has been updated to include: The latest about reporting the value of health care coverage on the W-2 Updated figures for 2012 New reasons why you may be required to reject a child support withholding order The FUTA tax rate Recent developments on what's considered timely mailed and filed What the courts are saying about paying employees for donning and doffing Whether there will be a Social Security tax cut for 2012 (President Obama proposed a lower rate for both employers and employees) What the IRS is saying about the taxability of employer-provided cell phones In addition, the American Payroll Association Basic Guide to Payroll, 2012 Revised Edition brings you up to date on the latest payroll laws, regulations, and other developments, including: Explanation of new IRS guidance on reporting health care coverage on the Form W-2 How the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 affects Payroll Line-by-line explanation of the Form 941 for 2012 What the President is proposing for Payroll in his fiscal year 2013 budget IRS ruling on the employment taxability of a premium for and benefits under an unemployment insurance policy What the USCIS is planning to revise on Form I-9 Alternative ways to submit Form 8850 Threshold for cars placed in service in 2012 for cents-per mile valuation rule Handy chart to determine what type of health plan coverage is reportable on the W-2 Extension of time to file WOTC paperwork when hiring vets New example on how employees can estimate what their income tax withholding should be 2012 figures to use to adapt credits for Form W-4 Continuation of the payroll tax holiday for 2012 State unemployment taxable wage bases for 2012 Further insights about the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program New example of how to complete the Form W-2c What's new for Form 941-M filers A peek at the 2012 Form W-2 What DOL is advising its offices about ownership of tips New datesfor the CPP and FPC exams What program was discontinued for employers that pay tips Explanation of a new procedure for EINs How proposed legislation would simplify state withholding for mobile workers Updated state-by-state new hire requirements Increase in the percentage of child support payments remitted electronically Reproductions of IRS Publications 15, 15-A and 15-B for 2012The APA Basic Guide to Payroll, 2012 Revised Edition has been updated to include: The latest about reporting the value of health care coverage on the W-2 Updated figures for 2012 New reasons why you may be required to reject a child support ...
|Title||:||American Payroll Association Basic Guide to Payroll|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Law International - 2012-04-26|