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Payroll Tax Problems

A corporate officer who performs substantial services for the corporation and receives compensation is considered to be an employee. The corporation should issue a Form W-2 reporting the compensation as wages and withhold proper amounts for federal income tax, FICA, and FUTA purposes. ...

The IRS and Department of Labor have joined forces to reduce employer misclassification of workers. Last fall, the IRS began auditing 6,000 companies to determine if they have misclassified workers as independent contractors or properly classified the workers as employees and paid the required employment...

The Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, which was signed into law on March 18th, 2010 provides tax incentives for hiring and retaining workers and purchasing equipment and many other business assets. It also includes new measures that heighten disclosure and reporting requirements for...

The IRS provides an appeals system for those who do not agree with the results of a tax return examination or with other adjustments to their tax liability. Here are the top seven things to know when it comes to your appeal rights. When the IRS...

The IRS uses the common-law factors listed below to determine whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee. All the factors below must be taken into consideration in determining worker classification Instructions. An employer should not tell an independent contractor how to...

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