Looking for the 2017 HR & Payroll Compliance Calendar? It's right here!
We’re several weeks into the new year, tax season has officially begun, you’re cranking away at your 2016 goals, and you’ve already furnished all your tax forms to your employees—well, maybe.
Last week, the IRS opened its doors to begin receiving tax forms for the 2015 calendar year. Employers and employees alike are seeking direction for tax and reporting forms. Many employees know to expect a new form from their employers this year along with their W-2 but don't know much about it. If you're asking, "What do i do with my Form 1095-C?" you're not alone. We'll help you understand.
We don't like to talk about ourselves much—we're here to serve you by streamlining your HR and payroll processes. But we couldn't pass up the opportunity for a little celebration after G2 Crowd announced their Best of 2015 User's Choice List. We're honored to be named "Highest Satisfaction in Payroll" by G2 Crowd! Of course, this wouldn't be possible without our users, and we thank you big time!
The US Treasury and IRS recently announced extensions for Affordable Care Act reporting. Previous to this extension, ACA deadlines required ALEs to furnish Forms 1095-C to employees February 1, 2016 and file Forms 1094-C and Forms 1095-C by February 29, 2016 (paper filing) or March 31, 2016 (electronic filing).
Much ink has already been spilled about what we’re supposed to anticipate in HR departments for the year, and we’re starting to see some common threads. Here’s what you can expect to see happening in workplaces in 2016:
- Boomers are retiring, meaning more Gen X-ers and millennials will be promoted through the ranks to management and leadership positions. This is shifting the culture of companies, as is…