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A Construction Pay Stub Explained

If you do construction payroll, you know that it’s not always simple. Whether you’re dealing with prevailing wage rates, union benefits, taxes for multiple states and localities, or even just overtime pay, there’s a lot that goes into calculating the amount your employee receives. This can lead to questions from employees who wonder what all […]

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DOL Proposes to Clarify Eligible Pay for Overtime

Though a different proposed overtime rule made headlines this spring, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently published a more modest proposal for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) on March 28, 2019. According to Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Regular Rate, DOL hopes to clarify and update the decades-old regulations that help employers calculate the […]

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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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