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ACCOUNTANT SPOTLIGHT: S Corp Payroll — What You Need to Know

ACCOUNTANT SPOTLIGHT: S Corp Payroll — What You Need to Know

Did you know that sixty-two percent of accountants take on processing S corp payrolls to make it easier for their clients?1 But for many CPA firms, it only makes your job more difficult. S corps enjoy limited liability and can elect to pass corporate income, losses, deductions and credits through to their shareholders for federal tax purposes. Many organizations choose an S corp over an LLC for benefits like these: Pass-through taxation — Owners report their share of profit and loss on their individual tax returns Limited liability — Company directors, officers, shareholders and employees receive limited liability protection One-time annual tax filing requirement — C corps must file quarterly No double taxation — Income isn’t taxed twice as corporate and dividend income Investment opportunities — Companies can use the sale of stock shares to attract investors But S corps still face unique restrictions that don’t apply to other business entities — like evaluating and choosing a compensation structure that meets IRS standards. And that’s where clients and their...

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Tackling ACA Compliance Allows Barton Malow to Focus on Strategic Growth Initiatives

Tackling ACA Compliance Allows Barton Malow to Focus on Strategic Growth Initiatives

The Challenge A Growing Company Deals with ACA Compliance Like many in her position, Sarah Bertolini, total compensation manager for Barton Malow Company, struggled with the new compliance demands brought about by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Dealing with the ACA’s complex reporting requirements and knowing what to do, and when to do it, to mitigate compliance risks and penalties could easily have been an overwhelming full-time job, requiring regulatory expertise and hours that Bertolini and other in-house resources simply didn’t have. Additionally, Barton Malow, a top-performing North American contractor that specializes in large-scale commercial construction, such as higher education, automotive and health care, had almost doubled its employee base in three years, making ACA compliance even more complicated. Bertolini needed a proactive solution and expertise to help her manage ACA compliance, including determining offer of coverage eligibility and monitoring important regulatory changes that might affect her company, so she could focus on her everyday tasks and job responsibilities. “ACA was just so overwhelming and constantly changing, as it...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Surviving Year End Reporting

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Surviving Year End Reporting

For many employers, the year-end reporting cycle can be quite overwhelming as they prepare for year-end compliance activities such as balancing tax accounts and preparing to distribute Forms W-2, and look ahead to accommodate the many legislative and regulatory changes for 2018 and beyond. Keeping pace with all of these tasks — while remaining compliant — can be daunting. To help with these efforts, listen to the next installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and get critical insights on what’s new and what’s coming next from Washington DC and the states that affect employer responsibilities, including aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), unemployment insurance wage and tax reporting, W-2 reporting and payroll. During this webcast, you will learn about: How to prepare for changes to compliance requirements arising from legislation like the Affordable Care Act (ACA) What to expect in terms of legislative and regulatory changes to Unemployment Insurance wage and tax reporting, state tax withholding and W-2 reporting. What to expect from the latest trends...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Surviving Year End Reporting

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Strategies for Surviving Year End Reporting

For many employers, the year-end reporting cycle can be quite overwhelming as they prepare for year-end compliance activities such as balancing tax accounts and preparing to distribute Forms W-2, and look ahead to accommodate the many legislative and regulatory changes for 2018 and beyond. Keeping pace with all of these tasks — while remaining compliant — can be daunting. To help with these efforts, join us on October 18th with other business owners, HR leaders and finance execs like yourself for the next installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and get critical insights on what’s new and what’s coming next from Washington DC and the states that affect employer responsibilities, including aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), unemployment insurance wage and tax reporting, W-2 reporting and payroll. During this webcast, you will learn about: How to prepare for changes to compliance requirements arising from legislation like the Affordable Care Act (ACA) What to expect in terms of legislative and regulatory changes to Unemployment Insurance wage and...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Identifying Wage Inequality through Data Exploration

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Identifying Wage Inequality through Data Exploration

Achieving pay equity is top-of-mind for organizations. While organizations have always placed substantial value on talent acquisition, expectations for transparency around equal pay have increased. Given today’s war for talent, a commitment to pay equity is one of the easiest ways to differentiate yourself from your competition. But it’s about more than talent – it’s about identifying possible inequitable pay practices you didn’t even know you had. From a compliance perspective, in addition to the federal EEO-1 report, most states have pay equity laws. Tackling the issue proactively can save you from legal problems now and later down the road. Employers may wish to review their current hiring, job evaluation, and pay practices to ensure that they are compliant and defensible. But the complexities in the regulations and the sheer amount of pay data that exists – internally in every organization and externally in the market – can make it difficult for leaders to develop policies to promote and realize pay equity. Watch the next installment in our Workplace...

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