Multistate Payroll Guide, 2011 Edition

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Aspen Publishers' 2010 Multistate Payroll Guide is a valuable tool designed to keep payroll professionals informed about all the complex rules that govern state payroll matters. This newest edition covers every key topic, including:

  • Wage and Hours: Coverage includes the new federal minimum rates as well as the increased rates in many states
  • Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements: Coverage includes the ...
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Overview

Aspen Publishers' 2010 Multistate Payroll Guide is a valuable tool designed to keep payroll professionals informed about all the complex rules that govern state payroll matters. This newest edition covers every key topic, including:

  • Wage and Hours: Coverage includes the new federal minimum rates as well as the increased rates in many states
  • Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements: Coverage includes the penalties for not keeping the proper records
  • Unemployment Taxes: Explanation of which state covers an employee who works in more than one state, what benefits are considered taxable wages, and the contribution rates and taxable wage base for each state
  • Administration: Tables for how and when to pay an employee, which earnings are subject to child support or garnishment, and what are permitted deductions in each state

The 2010 Multistate Payroll Guide presents essential information in an easy-to-use format that is both concise and visually appealing. You can readily locate information concerning one state's treatment of a particular issue, or compare the treatment required by several different states - all in the same chart!

Text, tables, and appendixes have been revised in the 2010 Multistate Payroll Guide to reflect changes in state requirements since publication of the 2009 Edition. Highlights include coverage of:

  • The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) completion of its long-anticipated revision of its Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations
  • The introduction of the proposed Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) in both houses of Congress in March 2009
  • The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)
  • Five states recently legalizing same-sex marriage
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently revising Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification
  • State efforts to combat the problem of illegal immigrant hires
  • Updated unemployment insurance tax rates, wage bases, and weekly benefit amounts
  • Added provisions protecting unemployment benefits rights of spouses of members of the military
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735591714
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 9/24/2010
  • Edition description: 2011 Edition
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Table of Contents


• 1. PAYROLL TRENDS AND ISSUES


• New Federal Health Care Reform Legislation
• Congress Extends ARRA Unemployment Benefits
• Treasury to Require All Electronic Payroll Tax Deposits
• Third Phase of Federal Minimum Wage Rate Increase Now in Effect
• States Increase Minimum Wage Rates
• Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act Becomes Law
• Proposed Amendments to the Equal Pay Act
• Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Extended
• DOL Publishes Long-Awaited Revision to FMLA Regulations
• New Laws and Regulations Provide FMLA Leave for Family of Injured Military Service Members and Veterans
• California Law Preceded Federal Law to Grant Leave for Military Spouses
• Virginia Addresses Federal Military Spouses Residency Relief Act
• New Jersey Becomes Third State to Enact Paid Family Leave Legislation
• Comprehensive Working Families Bill Introduced in House
• H1N1 Influenza Emergency Sick Leave Bill Introduced in Congress
• Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) Introduced in Congress
• Tax Credit for Employers Offering English Literacy Education—Proposed Legislation
• Employer Liable for Payroll Taxes Despite Embezzlement by Payroll Service
• Joint Federal-State Tax Payment Initiatives
• Supreme Court Upholds DOL's Domestic Service Exemption
• Supreme Court Allows 401(k) Participant Suits for Individual Account Losses
• The Pension Protection Act of 2006 and Payroll
• Health Savings Accounts - Current Issues
• Employment Tax Issues Relating to Separation Payments
• IRS Issues Final Regulations on Employment Tax Adjustments and Refunds
• Federal Immigration and Employment Verification Initiatives
• States Enact Immigration and Employment Verification Measures
• Increased Fines Against Employers for Federal Immigration Violations
• DHS Releases REAL ID Regulations
• Proposed Independent Contractor Classification Act and IRS Guidance
• No Reprisal for Employee Discussion of Wages in Colorado
• Limiting Use of Social Security Numbers on Pay Stubs and Other Documents
• IRS Pilot Program Allows Information Return Filers to Truncate SSNs
• IRS Issues Final Regulations on Supplemental Wage Withholding
• IRS Counters Employment Tax Evasion
• IRS Issues Final FICA Regulations on Workers' Compensation
• Social Security Administration Enhances Electronic Services
• Supreme Court Rules That Time Spent Walking to Production Area After Donning Required Work Gear Is Compensable
• New Developments in Electronic Signature and Digital Records Laws
• Plastic Provides Paperless Payments for Employees
• Labor Department Finalizes New USERRA Regulations
• Qualified Transportation Fringe Benefits
• Loss of Unemployment Benefits for Misuse of FMLA Leave
• Mandatory Leave for Organ and Bone Marrow Donors
• Domestic Partner Benefits
• Limiting Mandatory Overtime
• Treatment of Bonuses Under Wage Payment Laws
• Living Wage Ordinances
• HIRE Act Payroll Tax Exemption - IRS Issues Revised Form 941
• DOL Offers Internet System for Multiple Worksite Reports


• 2. WAGES AND HOURS


• The Various Forms of Employment Relationships
• Employer and Employee
• Employer and Independent Contractor
• Principal and Agent
• The Fair Labor Standards Act and State Regulation of Employment
• Independent Contractor or Employee Status Under the FLSA
• Minimum Wage Requirements and Exemptions
• Subminimum Wage Provisions
• Overtime Compensation Requirements and Exemptions
• Industry-Specific Overtime Requirements

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