State Payroll Law Compare
While federal payroll laws may not change very often, the pace at which state laws evolve can be dramatic. And now, with more companies employing people in multiple states, the need for an easier way to analyze and compare payroll law requirements across multiple jurisdictions has never been greater.
That's why you need State Payroll Law Compare, the invaluable resource that lets you instantly evaluate the differences between jurisdictions - comparing topic-by-topic for each state.
This online resource provides succinct summaries of state payroll laws, as well as federal law summaries. State Payroll Law Compare's intuitive "Smart Chart" functionality lets you choose from dozens of topics, then instantly compare multiple states' laws on that subject in a convenient chart format. You decide how many and which states to compare. Search results are displayed in an easy-to-read chart format with citations included.
State Payroll Law Compare includes coverage of these topics:
- Call-back and Standby Pay
- Child Labor
- Child Support Withholding
- Deductions from Wages
- Deposit of Withheld Tax
- Electronic Funds Transfer
- Electronic/Magnetic Media Filing
- Equal Pay
- Family, Medical and Parental Leave
- Holidays and Vacations
- Income Tax Withholding
- Interstate Employment and Reciprocal Agreements
- Maximum Hours
- Meals and Rest Periods
- Methods of Wage Payment
- Military Leave
- Minimum Wage
- New Hire Reporting
- Overtime Pay
- Time Off to Vote
- Unclaimed Wages
- Unemployment Insurance
- Wage Payment
- And more!
CLICK HERE to see exactly how State Payroll Law Compare works!
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