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Income Tax Credits Now Available in California

There is great news for this tax season for California’s hard working families and individuals. California now offers an Earned Income Tax Credit for the working people of California. Cal EITC (California Earned Income Tax Credit) will start for.

Are You Watching These Regulatory Issues This Year?

Government regulations will continue to have an impact on employee benefits in 2016, and employers, HR staff, and benefits administrators need to pay attention to the following issues.

Are You Watching These Regulatory Issues This Year?

Government regulations will continue to have an impact on employee benefits in 2016, and employers, HR staff, and benefits administrators need to pay attention to the following issues.

W-2 vs 1099 – Do You Understand the Difference?

When you’re in business and employ people to do work, you have to understand the difference between W-2’s and 1099’s. One is for employees and one is for independent contractors. Do you know which is which?

W-2 vs 1099 – Do You Understand the Difference?

When you’re in business and employ people to do work, you have to understand the difference between W-2’s and 1099’s. One is for employees and one is for independent contractors. Do you know which is which?

Governor Brown Signs Urgency Legislation AB 1506

PAGA, the Labor Code’s Private Attorney General Act, was enacted in 2004 but has recently prompted overwhelming litigation for California courts and employers. With PAGA, employees have the ability to sue their employers for themselves and on.

Governor Brown Signs Urgency Legislation AB 1506

PAGA, the Labor Code’s Private Attorney General Act, was enacted in 2004 but has recently prompted overwhelming litigation for California courts and employers. With PAGA, employees have the ability to sue their employers for themselves and on behalf.

2015 FUTA Credit Reductions

The Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax is a federal tax on employers in the state’s unemployment insurance program. The 2015 FUTA tax rate is 6.0 percent on the first $7,000 of wages subject to FUTA per employee. FUTA taxes go into the Federal.

2015 FUTA Credit Reductions

The Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax is a federal tax on employers in the state’s unemployment insurance program. The 2015 FUTA tax rate is 6.0 percent on the first $7,000 of wages subject to FUTA per employee. FUTA taxes go into the Federal.

Steps to Take if You are Being Audited

The definition of an IRS audit is “a review/examination of an organization’s or individual’s accounts and financial information to ensure information is being reported correctly, according to the tax laws, to verify the amount of tax reported is.

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