Payroll Manager's Letter
Payroll Manager's Letter has been keeping payroll and HR professionals informed and up-to-date since 1985. This semi-monthly 8-page newsletter contains concise, plain-English explanations of the latest federal payroll developments:
- New tax laws and regulations
- IRS announcements, revenue rulings and revenue procedures
- News from the SSA and the Department of Labor
- And the latest payroll-related court cases
Articles not only explain how the news affects federal income tax withholding, employer-employee Social Security and Medicare taxes, federal unemployment tax, and minimum wage and overtime rules, but include a "what to do" angle to help the reader save valuable payroll dollars.
You'll also find ways to:
- Speed payroll processing
- Prevent costly mistakes
- Guard against fraud, privacy violations, and disasters
- Boost productivity and efficiency
- Save substantial money on taxes and penalties
- Streamline operations
- And more!
Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods.
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“Since 1986, Payroll Manager's Letter has been my primary source for payroll and tax updates.”
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