I worked with Christian C Hoyt from PayUSA to help a bookkeeping client converting from subcontractors to employees a few years ago and found that he was a wonderful asset to have in my arsenal “go to” people. He walked me and my client through the process of setting up payroll for her business.
If you believe that you are an ALE, please contact us ASAP so that we can verify your qualification and add you to the list.
Or if you would like to voluntarily participate in the 1094C and 1095C reporting, please let us know.
There will be a one-time fee associated with the set-up and then an ongoing fee per month (per employee) to maintain the data.
The IRS has extended its due date for furnishing to individuals Form 1095-B/C from January 31, 2017 to March 2, 2017.
The Notice also extends transition relief from penalties if an employer makes a "good faith effort" to comply with reporting requirements.
This relief is welcome news for employers who are still working on their compliance approach.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.
On May 18, 2016, President Obama and Secretary Perez announced the publication of the Department of Labor’s final rule updating the overtime regulations, which will automatically extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers within the first year of implementation. This long-awaited update will result in a meaningful boost to many workers’ wallets, and will go a long way toward realizing President Obama’s commitment to ensuring every worker is compensated fairly for their hard work.
Pay USA, Inc. today announced that they have been made aware of a scam involving an organization using the Pay USA name under the auspices of a job posting to elicit information used in an identity theft scheme.
Pay USA is in no way related to the organization placing these fraudulent job postings and is working directly with authorities to assist in the capture and criminal prosecution of the parties involved.
Christian C. Hoyt, President of PayUSA was quoted in philly.com regarding a question about the Social Security tax increase and its effect on employee wages. Check out the question and answer session with him and other payroll professionals in the area. Good information!
Taxpayers May Contribute Up to $17,500 to Their 401(k) Plans in 2013
The Affordable Care Act requires employers to report the cost of coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan. Reporting the cost of health care coverage on the Form W-2 does not mean that the coverage is taxable. The value of the employer's excludable contribution to health coverage continues to be excludable from an employee's income, and it is not taxable. This reporting is for informational purposes only and will provide employees useful and comparable consumer information on the cost of their health care coverage.