IRS Sites New Scam Used by Cybercriminals

IRS notes 60% increase in number of successful cybercriminal attacks Security experts and the IRS, including tax industry and state tax authorities, cautioned tax professionals to be on the alert for tax season cybercriminals that [...]

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Are Employees Free to Discuss Their Wages?

Employers are often concerned about employee discussions regarding their wages and benefits. While they may not like such discussions, employers should take note that they may not prohibit, or even hint at consequences, if employees [...]

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IRS Issues New W-4

IRS Initiates Paycheck Check-Up Week, March 26-April 1 The IRS has issued the new W-4 for 2018 taking into account the new Tax Act which went into effect in January.  (The Advi$or notes that what used [...]

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Are Interns Supposed to be Paid?

It is not unusual for for-profit employers to bring on interns to work at their company. In not too distant past years, in general, many employers assumed the intern would not be paid. They worked [...]

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Time & Pay Sponsors Johnson City Jazz Festival

Time & Pay is pleased to announce the primary sponsorship of the 2018 2nd annual Johnson City Jazz Festival. The Jazz Festival will take place March 15, 16 and 17 at the Carnegie Hotel in [...]

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Tennessee Unemployment Taxes to Decline in 2018

Tennessee Unemployment Taxes (SUTA) to Decline in 2018 The Tennessee Dept of Revenue notified employers that the State Unemployment Wage Cap will be reduced from $8,000 to $7,000, thus reducing the amount of state unemployment payroll [...]

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