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Paychex is actively working to help make the PPP loan application process simpler. If you’re a Paychex client, we’re creating a report and ensuring it reflects changes introduced April 2 by the federal government. To utilize the report, your business or your clients’ business must have run payroll with Paychex in 2019.

Tax Reform and IRS Priorities

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Part 2 of 10 Topics for Businesses to Keep an Eye on in 2014

One important topic that businesses should follow closely in 2014 is the use of tax reform in order to address the federal deficit. Specifically, there could be a potential change in the structure of S-Corps that may affect payroll tax obligations.

Also in 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments as to whether severance pay should be taxable or exempt from federal payroll tax. The eventual decision could potentially trigger retroactive refund claims totaling in the billions of dollars. In addition, the IRS intends to more closely examine how tips and service changes are taxed, which could have important consequences for the hospitality and food service industries as well as others where tipping is customary.

Watch this video for more about tax reform and IRS priorities. Then watch our related videos for the rest of the ten topics to watch in 2014.

Part 1 - The Affordable Care Act and Defense of Marriage Act | Part 3 - Immigration Reform and Employment Regulations

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