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Do Mandated Sick Leave Laws Apply to YOU?

Whether it’s an infection or the chilling common cold, sick leave is a reality for your workforce. When sick leave is a form of paid time off, your employees receive the same pay as if they had completed a full day’s work. While there is no federal mandated sick leave law, multiple states, including Washington […]

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Affordable Care Act for Part-Time Employees: What Employers Need to Know

If you’re a business with part-time employees, you might wonder what options you have for them in terms of health insurance coverage. Many employers don’t offer part-time health insurance, but what if you want to? Or you’re curious what rules are in the Affordable Care Act for part-time employees? Even though the ACA has been […]

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Four Common Misconceptions around the ACA Employer Mandate

Despite the Affordable Care Act (ACA) being in place since 2012 and effective since 2015, misconceptions around the ACA Employer Mandate persist. We’ll walk you through four common ACA misconceptions and separate fact from fiction. Misconception #1: The ACA Employer Mandate has been repealed – it’s gone. Despite all the political turmoil of the last […]

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A Breakdown of the Draft 2020 Form W-4

The IRS has released an updated "final" draft W-4 for tax year 2020. We talk more about what that means for payroll professionals and employers here. So what's new on the draft 2020 Form W-4? Let's break it down step by step. Step 1: Enter personal information This section of the form resembles the prior […]

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IRS Releases “Final” Draft of 2020 W-4

While still technically in draft mode, the IRS posted an “early release” of the 2020 W-4 available to the payroll industry, knowing that this form may cause some disruption. The release of the 2020 W-4 comes as a result of the passage of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Subsequently, the IRS took […]

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Update on FLSA Proposed Overtime Ruling

More employees may no longer be exempt from overtime if the rules proposed by the Department of Labor in March of 2019 become finalized. As discussed in our blog back in February, Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta, has indicated that the administration does support an increase in the salary limits. These limits have been only […]

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ACA Employer Mandate: What Small Employers Need to Know

The Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, and the employer-shared responsibility mandate went into effect in 2015. Is there an ACA small employer mandate? It’s challenging for small business owners to understand how the ACA impacts them specifically. As a small business owner, how do you know if you’re required to provide health insurance […]

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Understanding the ACA Stability Period

Variable hour tracking can surely be a burdensome task for most employers. However, it is necessary in order to remain compliant with the ACA. As most employers know by now, a variable hour employee is one who does not have a set schedule that meets the average of 30 hours per week. Therefore, employers must […]

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Joint Employer Status Changes Could Be Coming Soon

On April 1, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a proposed rule that affects the definition of joint employer status, commonly understood as a situation where an employee is employed by multiple organizations that have some relationship in the management of the employee. The definition of joint employer status today is generally based […]

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Another Round of ACA Non-Compliance Letters is Looming

Cue the “Jaws” movie music, because the penalties are coming. Thursday, July 11th, on the monthly IRS Payroll Industry call, the IRS continued to communicate that ACA compliance activities continue, including non-compliance letters, despite legislative and judicial challenges. One example is Texas v. United States which argues that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual mandate […]

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