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Help your employees increase their income! You may have certain low to moderate income workers who qualify to receive the Earned Income Credit (EIC). What is the Earned Income Credit (EIC)? The EIC is a refundable tax credit for low to moderate income workers. The tax credit was approved by Congress in 1975. Originally, it […]
Disappointed when you don’t use all the funds in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and lose your flexible spending account funds? The IRS has good news for you! $500 can now be carried over to the next plan year. Flexible Spending Account plans are a popular offering in employer benefit packages. FSA’s allow participants to […]
Congratulations goes to our very own, Stephanie Salavejus, for earning the 2013 Meritorious Service award from the APA at the 31st Annual Congress and being inducted into the American Payroll Association’s Payroll Hall of Fame. This award is given for outstanding contributions to the American Payroll Association and the payroll profession. Congratulations Stephanie!
Couldn’t make it to the APA Congress? Stay up to date on everything going on there with the daily Congress Today newsletter. May 7 May 8 May 9
Are you located in New York City or in the surrounding areas? Come visit PenSoft at the Accounting Technology New York Show & Conference May 1-2 from 10-4 at Penn Plaza Pavilion in the Pennsylvania Hotel. Free show available! Download the 2013 Free Show Pass to access the show floor AND the keynote sessions from 8-9:40. […]
Taxes are due TODAY – April 15, 2013! Don’t forget to file. The IRS offers many FREE and low cost options to tax payers. Check them out. Can’t file? File an extension. The IRS released some
An expatriate employee is an individual working and living in a country other than their country of origin. The terms expatriate and immigrant are closely related, but differ in the general context of how they are described. Persons entering the United States from other countries seeking permanent residence are generally classified as immigrants. Expatriates are usually […]
The IRS has released their “Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2013″ YouTube videos. Check them out! You can read about their top dozen scams online in their newsroom too.