In the last month of 2018, Complete Payroll Solutions was very happy to add four new members to our team: Jonathan Spring, Client Relations Specialist: Jonathan joined Complete Payroll Solutions as a client relations specialist, working collaboratively with organizations to assist them with payroll processing and related issues. Previously, he worked in the retirement plan administration
The IRS has provided guidance on the new family and medical leave tax credit for 2018 and 2019. See if your company can claim the credit!
The IRS recently released Forms 1094-C, 1095-C, 1094-B, and 1095-B for employers to use to report on group health insurance coverage early next year.
The EEO reporting deadline will be March 31, 2019. Here’s some information on who has to file and what is required.
In an effort to curtail workplace sexual harassment, New York State and City have both passed expansive anti-sexual harassment legislation.
The new MA non-compete law will apply to any agreements executed on or after October 1, so now is the time to ensure your practices are in compliance.
Massachusetts has adopted a paid family and medical leave program, which will be funded by a payroll tax that becomes effective July 1, 2019.
In June, Governor Charlie Baker signed into law an increase in the Massachusetts minimum wage to $15 an hour over five years.
Connecticut recently joined several other states in enacting legislation to ban salary history questions in an effort to address the pay gap between men and women.
A recent IRS announcement includes information for employers and taxpayers about changes in some job-related deductions stemming from the new tax law.