Payroll

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

How to Do Payroll Deductions | How to Do 2010 Payroll Deductions

 

How to do payroll deductions using payroll deduction software. Payroll Mate automatically calculates payroll deductions and taxes. Though many businesses may have similar deduction categories there are always companies with unique deductions. We have taken these situations into account when developing our payroll software. Real Business Solutions has created a product that allows user defined deductions to be entered in the program. Try the user defined deduction feature for yourself by downloading a free trial of our payroll software.

Our payroll deduction software supports deductions such as 401K, simple IRA, health insurance, uniform costs and child support. Any type of deduction your company may require can be added to Payroll Mate. Add a deduction based on how it is calculated, who it is paid by, a cut-off if applicable, the associated W2 box and tax exempt status. Some deductions are tax exempt our program allows you to designate tax exemption which is recognized when a check is created.

The user has many different options to choose from when indicating how a deduction is calculated. Payroll deduction software offers the following types of calculations percentage, fixed, variable, per hour, per mile, per piece and percentage of another deduction.

Payroll deductions can be made applicable to all employees or to certain employees. This is done in the employee set-up wizard. Deductions can be added at anytime throughout the year or be made applicable to different employees at anytime.

How to Do Payroll Deductions

How to Do Payroll Deductions

You can do payroll deductions quickly and easily using our small business payroll software. For more information about payroll deductions go to http://www.realtaxtools.com/  or see the software and its features for yourself.

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Oregon 2010 Payroll Withholding : 2010 Oregon Withholding Tax Tables

 

March 13 – 2010 : Important Note for Oregon Employers Using Our Payroll Mate Payroll Software:

The Oregon DOR have concluded their analysis of the changes to the Oregon payroll withholding formula caused by Measure 66. The Oregon Withholding Tax Tables dated January 1, 2007 will remain in effect for all employees with wages less than $125,000.

If you are an employer of an employee with annual wages of $125,000 or more, use the Oregon Payroll withholding calculators for high-income earners to modify withholding to adjust for the changes resulting from Measure 66.

How to apply these changes inside Payroll Mate:

(1) For employees who make less than $125,000 you don’t need to change or update anything.

(2)  For employees who make $125,000 or more, calculate the additional Oregon withholding using the “high-income earners calculator” and then add that amount to the “Additional State Withholding” box under the “Tax Setup” inside the Employee wizard. The Oregon Payroll withholding calculators for high-income earners can be found here . For more details you can also refer to publication “150-206-431 (Rev. 03-10)” located on Oregon’s website. Please note that there is no mechanism available for payroll service or payroll software providers, including Payroll Mate, to automatically calculate the additional Oregon withholding.

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

2010 SUI Rates for NY, AL, DE, NV, SC, and VA .

2010 Payroll SUI (State Unemployment Insurance) rates for the states of New York, Alabama, Nevada, Virginia, South Carolina and Delaware.

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2010 New York Payroll SUI Rate: For tax year 2010, the NY rate schedule in effect is under the column name “Less than 0%.” The range of the normal portion of the 2010 NY SUI rates is 0.009 to 0.089. The range of rates with the normal, subsidiary and the reemployment tax for 2010 is 0.015 to 0.099. For new employers the rate is 0.041, including the subsidiary tax rate of 0.00625 and the reemployment tax of 0.00075.

2010 Alabama Payroll SUI Rate: Schedule D of the Alabama UI tax table applies in calendar year 2010. SUI Rates in that schedule range from 0.0059 to 0.0674. In addition, the Shared Cost Assessment for 2010 will increase to become 1.5 percent. All AL experience-rated employers (except new employers and employers assigned a rate of at least 5.4 percent but no greater than 5.45 percent) are required to pay the 0.0006 employment security administrative enhancement assessment under Schedule D.

2010 Nevada Payroll SUI Rate: Reserve ratios for each class have been updated, but the range of rates is the same for 2010: 0.25% to 5.4%. The range of reserve ratios is 5.2% or more for Class 1 up to -17.2% for Class 18. This amendment to the schedule is effective for 120 days from December 7 2009.

2010 South Carolina Payroll SUI Rate: There is a surcharge tax of  0.007 in effect for the 2010 year. Contribution rates for positive-balance employers range from 1.24% to 3.34% . Contribution rates for negative-balance employers range from 3.69% to 6.10%. The contingency assessment is 0.06%. In addition, the new SC UI employer rate is 3.4% for 2010 (this rate includes contingency assessment and surcharge tax).

2010 Virginia Payroll SUI Rate: There is a pool cost charge of 0.0028 and a fund building charge of 0.002. For 2010 , the rates range from 0.10 percent to 6.2 percent.

2010 Delaware Payroll SUI Rate: Basic rates for tax year 2010 range from 0.1 percent to 8.0 percent. New non-construction employers pay 2.6 percent in 2010 and new construction employers pay rates ranging from 5.6 percent to 8.2 percent, depending upon their NAICS classification.

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

How to do Payroll in Texas : Do 2010 Texas Payroll | How to do Payroll Taxes in Texas

 

Wondering How to do Payroll in Texas? We will show you how..

Do Texas payroll hassle-free by using our Texas small business payroll software. Federal and Texas state taxes are automatically computed this saves time and avoids fees that may be incurred with manual calculations. Texas payroll software generates checks, Texas payroll reports and Texas state forms. For more information go to www.realtaxtools.com .

Follow a step by step guide to easily create 2010 Texas payroll. This versatile Texas software allows the user to select types of incomes, taxes and deductions that apply to their employees. Choose from categories that are built- in to the program or add your own unique income, tax and/ or deduction. Some types of incomes supported are salary, commission and hourly pay and some deductions supported are 401K, health insurance and child support.

Texas payroll software supports Texas State unemployment reporting. Payroll Mate 2010 creates the file that the user uploads (recommend method) to The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Texas Workforce Commission allows business owners to submit the form on a CD also. The due date for Employers’ Quarterly Report is April 1, 2010, July 1, 2010, October 1, 2010 and January 1, 2011. Find more information about Texas payroll at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/ or call 800-832-9394.

Texas Cafeteria Plan: In Texas, a Cafeteria Plan is a formal and written employee benefit plan which is offered to all participants who are employees. Participants may choose among two or more benefits consisting of cash and statutory nontaxable benefits. Employer contributions used to fund the following benefits are exempt from the state payroll unemployment tax: Retirement, Sickness or accidental disability , Medical or hospital expenses in connection with sickness or accidental disability and Death . Employee contributions used to fund benefits by salary reduction or deduction from the employee’s base pay would be taxable to the TWC, regardless of what they are used to purchase or provide.

Texas 401(k) Plan: In Texas, a 401(k) Plan is an elective contribution and deferral to a plan containing a qualified cash or deferral compensation arrangement. Employer contributions into a Section 401(k) trust, which meet the requirements outlined in paragraph (a) of the Internal Revenue Code Section 401 and are exempt from income tax under Section 501(a) of the Code, are not considered taxable wages for state unemployment tax purposes. Employee contributions from a salary reduction or deduction from the employee’s base pay are taxable under Texas state unemployment tax laws.

Texas payroll software has the most up to date payroll tax tables at all times. Payroll Mate prompts the user to check for updates ensuring employers are current with the withholding tables. All updates including tax tables, features we add that are helpful to the user, Texas tax forms are sent electronically, receive them instantly.

We have customers using our payroll software from a number of Taxes small and  major cities including Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Addison, Mcallen, Plano, Corpus Christi, Irving and Lubbock  .

See how easy it can be do Texas payroll. Download a free trial of Payroll Mate Payroll Software or buy now and receive the program instantly.

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

How to do Payroll in California | How to do 2010 Payroll in California | California Payroll

 

How to do California Payroll….Easily generate 2010 California payroll using California payroll software. California state and federal 2010 taxes are automatically calculated. Print federal and California state payroll forms, print checks and California payroll reports.

Try Payroll Mate for yourself by downloading a free demo from Real Business Solutions payroll software download page.

California payroll tax software guides you step by step in entering company and employee information. Generate payroll checks quickly by navigating to the check details screen and saving the information in the program. In the check details screen you will be able to see for yourself the automatic calculations of taxes, deductions and view the net pay. Print checks individually or print multiple checks at once by going to the check printing report. In the reports screen you will see the numerous reports provided in the payroll software for California.

California state payroll taxes such as California Personal Income Tax (PIT), California State Unemployment Insurance (UI), California State Disability Insurance (SDI) and California Employment Training Tax (ETT) are automatically calculated in 2010 California payroll tax software.

Employers’ in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Alameda, Sacramento, Fresno, San Jose, Piedmont, Modesto, and Bakers Field use 2010 Payroll Mate to print California state forms DE-6 and DE-7. The DE-6 form is submitted to State of California/ Employment Development Department/ P.O. Box 82688/ Sacramento, CA 94230-6288. The DE-6 is due April 1, 2010, July 1, 2010, October 1, 2010 and January 1, 2011. The form is considered delinquent if not filed by April 30, 2010 August 2, 2010, November 1, 2010 and January 31, 2011. The DE-7 form must be postmarked by January 31, 2011 and mailed to State of California/ Employment Development Department/ P.O. Box 82686/ Sacramento, CA 94230-6288. To find valuable information you can go to “The California Employer’s Guide” or call the Taxpayer Assistance Center at (888) 745-3886.

California payroll providers save time and money by using a complete 2010 California payroll software. For more information visit http://www.realtaxtools.com/ or download free California payroll software demo  .