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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

March 2024: Employer’s business tax calendar

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

Payroll Today

Payroll Today

Regulators… We don’t need no stinkin’ regulators!

The scope of federal agencies’ authority is currently under consideration by the Supreme Court. It may toss a doctrine of statutory interpretation that courts and federal agencies have relied on for about 40 years. This doctrine, called Chevron deference, says courts should defer to the federal agency in charge of administering a law if a law is vague. Some employers aren’t waiting—they’re just ignoring federal agencies.

Payroll Mailbag

Payroll Mailbag

In the Payroll Mailbag: March ’24

Sometimes “no” can be a good thing—as in no, this item is tax-free. Here are two perfect examples.

Benefits Law

Benefits Law

SECURE 2.0 challenges, part 5: Long-term part-time employee regs

While you were busy deciding what to do with your Thanksgiving leftovers, the IRS was busy releasing an almost indigestible set of proposed regulations on long-term part-time employees’ participation in your 401(k) plan. You may rely on these regs until the IRS issues final regs.