Over the next couple weeks, we will expand on this information and how it affects your workforce, business, taxes, and payroll. Fluid updates will be provided as they change here. The Independent Payroll Providers Association (IPPA) distributed the following information to help summarize and bring clarity to the newly passed Act.
Here are a few basic guidelines to follow to help keep the peace on a day of thanks.
This letter is designed to inform our clients and contacts of the Payroll Tax Deferral program that became available on September 1, 2020. Employers can choose to opt-in and are encouraged to speak to their employees regarding participation.
Are depression and anxiety considered disabilities?
Are we required to restore employees returning to work after a furlough to their original positions?
Can we bring some employees back, but not others?
More information on providing emergency paid sick leave or expanded FMLA if you have to lay off or furlough employees.
What you need to know to take immediate advantage of the paid leave credits. READ MORE HERE
Since the enactment of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on March 18, new information and guidance has been released every few days. Get your update here.
You can reduce an employee's rate of pay based on business or economic slowdown, provided that this is not done retroactively. For example...