Payroll Taxes Income Taxes FICA Taxes

Payroll taxes are taxes that are often calculated and remitted based on a percentage of an employee's wages, but they can also include fixed charges. Payroll taxes consist of two types of taxes: 1) taxes that... more +
Payroll taxes are taxes that are often calculated and remitted based on a percentage of an employee's wages, but they can also include fixed charges. Payroll taxes consist of two types of taxes: 1) taxes that are withheld by an employer from an employee's wages and 2) taxes paid by an employer based on the amount of an employee's wages. These taxes may be advanced income tax payments on behalf of an employee. They are also employer and employee payments to a variety of government programs, such as social security, and unemployment/disability insurance. less -
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Form W-2 and 941 Actions May Be Required Immediately for Retroactive Increase in Section 132 Transit Benefits

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 (the Act) retroactively increased the 2015 employer and employee Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) and Federal Income Tax exclusion limit for transit benefits, from $130...more

Best in Law: Tax Ruling Confirms Protocol on Job-Related Judgments

The California Court of Appeal recently confirmed that employment-related settlements or judgments are wages from which employers must withhold payroll taxes. In Cifuentes v. Costco Wholesale Corp., Cifuentes...more

IRS Updates Guide to Auditing Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently updated its “Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Audit Techniques Guide.” The Guide provides a framework for the IRS to audit nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC) plans. Since...more

Court Continues A Fairly Busy Term

Perhaps coincidence, perhaps not, but on "Cyber Monday" the U.S. Supreme Court refused to "click yes" to consider two cases contesting the constitutionality of click-through-nexus when, as discussed further below, it denied...more

Avoiding Double Payroll Tax With Your Asset Acquisition

When it comes to taxes, you would probably – and rightfully – guess that the majority the United States government collects are income taxes. ...more

American Taxpayer Relief Act Affects Mass Transit Benefits and Other Employee Benefits

On January 2, 2013, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 ("ATRA") into law. ATRA, adopted as an alternative to stepping over the "fiscal cliff," preserves most of the Bush-era tax cuts and...more

Legal Alert: Correcting 2012 Withholding Errors

One of the changes made by the American Taxpayer Relief Act ("ATRA") was to restore the $240 monthly limit on employer-provided transit passes or commuting transportation, which had reverted to $125 as of January 1, 2012. ...more

Recent tax law changes of 2013

On January 2, 2013, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 into law. Summarized below are highlights of those and other changes to Federal tax laws affecting income, payroll, gift and estate, and...more

How Will the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 Affect You - Details of Legislation passed by Congress to Avoid Fiscal Cliff

On January 2, President Barack Obama signed into law the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, H.R. 8 (ATRA), preserving many of the key tax provisions passed during the George W. Bush presidency, which were scheduled to...more

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