Category Archives: Payroll Taxes

Deadline To Implement New Payroll Changes Is Close

Under the 2010 Tax Relief Act employees will pay only 4.2% Social Security tax on wages up to $106,800 (which is the limit on taxable wages for Social Security tax purposes).  The employer tax rate for Social Security remains unchanged … Continue reading

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Making the Switch to EFTPS

Beginning in 2011, taxpayers will no longer be able to make tax deposits (e.g. employment tax, excise tax, corporate income tax) using Form 8109, the Federal Tax deposit Coupon. These deposits must be made using the EFTPS (Electronic Federal Tax … Continue reading

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Social Security Credit on Quarterly Payroll Report

If you haven’t been taking advantage of the the credit on Form 941 for the employer’s share of Social Security taxes for qualified employees you should immediately. This change was passed earlier in the year in the HIRE Act of … Continue reading

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CIRCULAR 230 DISCLAIMER: ADVICE, ARTICLES AND COMMENTARY INCLUDED HEREIN DO NOT CONSTITUTE AN OPINION AND ARE NOT INTENDED OR WRITTEN TO BE USED, AND THEY CANNOT BE USED, BY ANY TAXPAYER FOR THE PURPOSE OF AVOIDING PENALTIES THAT MAY BE IMPOSED ON THE TAXPAYER.