Payroll Software Reviews : Payroll Mate Receives High Reviews from

Payroll Software Reviews: Our Payroll Mate payroll software received high reviews from CNET editors: "We’ve tested several payroll programs, and Payroll Mate ranks right up there as one of the best." Below is the review: “Payroll Mate 2009 provides tools for managing your business’s payroll. With its simple operation and great features, it’s is a … Read more

California reissues 2009 payroll withholding tables

The state of California has issued new withholding tables for 2009 (2009 PIT Withholding ), the new tables are in effect for the months of November and December 2009. The tables will change again in January 2010. Employers are advised to implement the new (November & December 2009) tables, as soon as possible. Our Payroll … Read more

New York 2010 Withholding Tables

On September 9, 2009, the state of New York issued proposed New York exact calculation method withholding tables for wages paid on and after January 1, 2010. The proposed supplemental wage (such as bonuses, commissions, overtime pay, sales awards or tips) rate for New York in 2010 would be 9.77%. You can learn more about … Read more

EFile Minnesota 1099 and E-File Minnesota W2

Due to a recent Minnesota law change, the electronic filing thresholds will decrease over the next few years: (1) Tax year 2009 : Efile W-2s and/or Efile 1099s if you have more than 50 forms.   (2) Tax year 2010: File W-2s electronically and/or file 1099s electronically if you have more than 25 forms, and … Read more

1099 Efile: Combined Federal State Filing program enhances Validation Process

The Combined Federal State Filing Program was established to simplify reporting of Information Returns (1099-DIV, 1099-G, 1099-INT, 1099 MISC, 1099-OID, 1099-PATR, 1099-R and 5498) to participating states. Due to increased concerns over proper disclosure of information, the Information Reporting Program is enhancing the validation process of combined federal/state data. Beginning in Tax Year 2009 (Calendar … Read more