Form W-4

The Form W-4 is an Internal Revenue Service form called the Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate and is used by the employee to inform the employer of the taxpayer’s tax withholder status. This is accomplished by indicating the number of allowances to use in calculating the federal withholding from the employee’s regular paycheck.

I-9 Compliance

To ensure that only individuals that are legally allowed to work, the federal government mandates completing a Form I-9 for every new hire.  The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) requires employers to verify that the potential hire is allowed to work in the United States.  As the Human Resources manager it is …

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Form W-4 – Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate

Form W-4 is a form filled out by an employee to certify to the employer the personal tax situation of the taxpayer.  It is used by employers via the human resources department to fulfill three primary tasks.  First, confirm the legal name and address of the employee.  Secondly, the form is used to set the federal …

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