Last Week in PAYROLL


Hello payroll professionals and welcome to the first edition of Last Week in PAYROLL. But one of the Service’s more anticipated annual publications was issued early last week – Publication 15 (Circular E) Employer’s Tax Guide.

ARPA Close-up: COBRA Premium Subsidy


Employers were reimbursed with a payroll tax credit or a refund if the cost exceeded their tax liability. Credits were claimed through Form 941, the quarterly employment tax return. in Hawaii. The credit will be against the employer’s share of Medicare tax.


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Federal Paid FMLA May Be Out While States Consider Possibilities


Hawaii. The program would be funded by 2% payroll tax, 1% paid by the employer, 1% paid by the employee ( L. The post Federal Paid FMLA May Be Out While States Consider Possibilities appeared first on Tax & Accounting Blog Posts by Thomson Reuters.

Last Week in Payroll: Federal Employment Taxes


Federal Employment Taxes. The United States first imposed a federal income tax briefly during the American Civil War and also in the 1890s. Constitution in 1913 that permanently legalized a federal income tax. There are several IRS forms used to report these taxes.