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This massive, searchable resource—updated regularly—will give you answers to your pressing payroll questions, help you plan and execute your payroll procedures accurately, and keep your policies legal.

Zero in on your state's specific laws; each month brings you a new update so you don't find yourself following old guidelines.

Here are daily-use resources to help you crunch the numbers, get the paperwork right the first time, and plan ahead according to government guidelines.

This document answers dozens of questions about the finer points of what you do every day. From dealing with meal reimbursements to name changes to loans against a retirement plan, there are solutions here to common—and even highly unusual—problems.

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Payroll Calendar

Payroll Calendar

February 2023: Employer’s business tax calendar

Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

Payroll Today

Payroll Today

Bonus W-2 Wednesdays! Employer’s W-2 misstep may cost an employee a tax refund

With the exception of five states, state tax withholding applies to nonresidents who are physically present and earning wages in your state. Instead, you withhold for your remote employee’s state. Apparently this concept eluded an administrative law judge in Utah, who denied a tax refund to a nonresident who worked for a Utah employer during 2020.

Payroll Mailbag

Payroll Mailbag

In the Payroll Mailbag: February ’23

Must we correct an employee’s middle name on a W-2? ... Who polices exempt W-4s?

Benefits Law

Benefits Law

401(k) plans get 3 more years to make SECURE Act amendments

Normally you must amend your 401(k) plan before plan amendments become operative. The IRS is extending the time for 401(k) plans to make remedial amendments related to the 2019 Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act from plan years ending in 2022, to Dec. 31, 2025, regardless of the plan year.