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Pennsylvania Payroll Guide, 2011 Edition

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Written in clear, non-legal language for payroll and financial managers, Aspen Publishers' Pennsylvania Payroll Guide is the only all-in-one resource for employers that must comply with Pennsylvania's complex payroll laws. Filled with explanations, examples, and practical advice, this 1,800-page reference covers every Pennsylvania state and local payroll law, including both tax and non-tax laws.

This vital sourcebook also features complete local payroll tax rules for all 2,900 ...

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Overview

Written in clear, non-legal language for payroll and financial managers, Aspen Publishers' Pennsylvania Payroll Guide is the only all-in-one resource for employers that must comply with Pennsylvania's complex payroll laws. Filled with explanations, examples, and practical advice, this 1,800-page reference covers every Pennsylvania state and local payroll law, including both tax and non-tax laws.

This vital sourcebook also features complete local payroll tax rules for all 2,900 taxing jurisdictions in the state, focusing on Pennsylvania's local earned income tax withholding and reporting requirements.

The Pennsylvania Payroll Guide includes:

  • An extensive chart that lists the municipality and school district rates, for both residents and nonresidents as well as tax collector information, and the emergency and municipal services tax withholding and reporting requirements, together with tax amounts and tax collector information ALL IN ONE SPOT FOR EACH OF THE 2,900 JURISDICTIONS
  • Separate sections for the unique payroll tax laws of Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Scranton
  • A ZIP-code converter table

The 2010 Edition of the Pennsylvania Payroll Guide brings you up-to-date on the latest developments in Pennsylvania state and local tax laws and Pennsylvania state labor laws. Among the highlights:

  • Complete and up-to-date coverage, including a Countywide Tax Collection Timetable, of future changes to the EIT and LST collection process
  • Updated EIT and LST rates for all taxing jurisdictions and their respective tax collector information, including Internet and email addresses, as well as fax numbers
  • Decreased resident and nonresident withholding rates for Philadelphia
  • State guidelines on reproduced and substitute forms
  • Coverage of the upcoming mandatory electronic filing of all employer unemployment tax and wage forms
  • Updated child labor law restrictions
  • Details of extended Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) benefits to eligible unemployed workers
  • Coverage of Philadelphia’s publicized list of tax delinquent businesses on its website
  • Benefits of the upcoming Unemployment Compensation Modernization System (UCMS) to employers and third-party administrators Revised address information for the Department of Labor and Industry
  • Major change when paying wages to teenagers
  • New Scranton website (URL)
  • Updated unemployment tax rates and benefit amounts
  • New restrictions on mandatory overtime for health care workers
  • Answers to frequently asked questions
  • Revised examples
  • Updated forms
  • And more!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735591813
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Format: Ringbound
  • Product dimensions: 12.10 (w) x 11.50 (h) x 2.70 (d)

Table of Contents


• State Income Tax


• Administration
• Coverage
• Allocation and Apportionment
• Compensation
• Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate
• Withholding
• Withholding Tables
• Supplemental Wages
• Reciprocal Agreement
• Nonwithholding Application
• Voluntary Additional Withholding
• Overwithholding
• Registration
• Account Cancellation
• Changes or Corrections
• Returns and Deposits
• Form W-2 Information
• Penalties and Interest
• Records
• Forms


• Unemployment Tax


• Administration
• Coverage
• Reciprocal Arrangements
• Elective Coverage
• Registration
• Taxable Wages
• Contribution Rates
• Returns and Deposits
• Termination of Business
• Records
• Audits
• Benefits
• Controlling UC Costs
• Forms


• Philadelphia
• Pittsburgh
• Scranton
• Earned Income Tax


• Administration
• History
• Future Changes
• Compensation
• Registration
• Employer
• Requirement to Withhold
• ZIP Code to Municipality Converter Table
• Tax Rates
• Property Tax Relief
• Withholding
• Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate
• Withholding Tables
• Supplemental Wages
• Reciprocal Agreement
• Returns and Deposits
• Discontinuance of Business
• Failure to Withhold
• Penalties and Interest
• Examinations and Statute of Limitations
• Forms


• Local Services Tax


• Administration
• Use of Tax
• Employer Withholding
• Returns and Deposits
• Penalties and Interest
• Additional Information
• Forms and Publications


• Local Tax Rates Chart
• ZIP Code Converter Table
• Administration and Payment of Wages


• Administration
• Time of Payment
• Method of Payment
• Notification of Wage Policy
• Paystubs
• Payments to Separated Employees
• Payment of Disputed Wages
• Commissions
• Wage Payment Records
• Enforcement
• Lien for Wages


• Wage and Hour


• Administration
• Exempt from Coverage
• Minimum Wage Rate
• Overtime Rules
• Records and Posters
• Hours Worked
• Penalties
• Child Labor
• Publications


• Garnishment


• Administration
• Withholding for Child Support
• Creditor Garnishment
• Tax Levy
• Assignment of Wages


• New Hire Reporting


• Administration
• Coverage
• Reports
• Forms



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