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Construction Payroll Blog

Sample Certified Payroll Report: Interact With an Example WH-347

What Is Certified Payroll? Certified payroll refers to weekly construction labor reporting that a contractor submits for each government contract they’ve worked. This, along with a signed statement of compliance, “certifies” to federal, state or local agencies that laborers on the project have earned at least the required “prevailing” — or, standard — wages. Federal, state and […]

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Three States Extend 2019 W-2 Deadlines

As of the first week of February, three U.S. states and one U.S. territory have extended electronic filing deadline for Forms W-2 Wage and Tax Statement. Iowa and Puerto Rico cite technical reasons for their extensions. Both Wisconsin and Michigan extended their deadlines because of recent severe weather conditions that closed state agencies and disrupted […]

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Delivery From the IRS May Be Delayed. But Deadlines Aren’t

If you ordered paper Forms W-2, W-3 and 1099 from the IRS in late December, you may not receive them until after the January 31 filing deadline. As of time of publication, the IRS is not extending this deadline and, instead, encourages employers to look for these forms at office supply stores. The IRS additionally […]

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Four Tips to Help Take the Pain Out of Union Payroll Reporting

Processing payroll is complicated, and adding union requirements to the mix can make the task feel insurmountable. Contractors who work with union employees not only have to worry about tracking on benefit packages, health care, vacation time and 401(k), but they also need to take into account additional deductions or fringes their home union might […]

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E-Verify Is Unavailable, But I-9s Must Go on

During the December-January government shutdown, E-Verify and its services are unavailable according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This temporary downtime affects both employers and employees, but until budget appropriations are resolved, not everything is changed. Employers in construction won’t be able to create or act on E-Verify cases. Because of this, USCIS has […]

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