In January 2021, the IRS quietly announced a major change to employer W-2 reporting related to the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (P.L. 116-260). A FAQ explained that employers must report the total FFCRA sick and family leave wages paid in...
NPRC responded to a NACHA request for comment on an evolving practice: Some financial institutions are crediting employees with payroll direct deposits one to three days earlier than the intended settlement date. This is obviously helpful for the employees, but...
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- NPRC Comments on Early ACH Release
- NPRC Statement on Employee Social Security Tax Deferral
- NPRC and APA Offer Recommendations to Treasury and IRS re Social Security Tax Deferrals
- NPRC Comments on Proposed Safe and Healthy Workplace Tax Credit