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2020 Year-End Reminders for Employers

As 2020 draws to a close, employers should be reviewing whether they have properly included common fringe benefits in their employee’s and (if applicable) 2% S corporation shareholders’ taxable wages. Here's a list of reminders.

DOL Issues New Recommended FMLA Forms

New guidelines streamline the forms and procedures for the Family and Medical Leave Act. The law hasn't changed, but new guidance modifies the application process. Click through for an introduction to the new FMLA process.

IRS Introduces the New Form 1099-NEC

Although the rules on paying freelancers haven't changed, the paperwork has. The IRS has rolled out Form 1099-NEC, which businesses must use for paying nonemployee compensation. Click through to learn how it works.

Know About the Unemployment Tax

If you have employees, you must report and pay unemployment taxes to the IRS — and the devil is in the details. Click through for the rules of how to set aside amounts for the tax and report it on Form 940.

Greasing the Wheels

Homeowner Associations face special problems. Click through for some help in making sure your HOA runs as smoothly as possible.

Helpful Tech Apps for Working at Home

You can find scores of programs to aid in working at home. Below are a few that we thought are especially helpful and that might not be familiar. Click through to get a sense of all the help that may be available for you online.

Major Changes Come to Kiddie Tax

The SECURE Act repealed a Tax Cuts and Jobs Act change in the Kiddie Tax and is effective in 2020 and beyond. Click through for the complex details on the current and retroactive changes to this often-misunderstood tax.

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