Employers May Balk at Payroll Tax Holiday
President Trump's tax deferral may be "too complex or impose too much potential liability on [employers] to be worth taking advantage of."
Trump Administration Pushes for Payroll Tax Cut
The president has opposed pandemic relief that does not include the measure.
Tax Managers Draw Up Wish List of Crisis Legislation
Payroll and employment tax relief is what tax executives want most from Congress this year.
Businesses Need Swift, Aggressive Action: U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Congress, President must act quickly to combat the economic disruption of the COVID-19 outbreak, says the business group.
Democrats Balk at Trump Payroll Tax Proposal
“What they want to do is hit Social Security like a wrecking ball with a massive tax cut for the country’s biggest corporations."
State Laws Cloud the Use of Independent Contractors
With California likely to become the third state to restrict the definition of independent contractors, companies that use gig workers face new risks.
Your Guide to Claiming the R&D Tax Credit
Thanks to the credit’s now-permanent status, companies can factor a federal income tax reduction into their financial planning.
Case Finds CFOs Liable for Payroll Taxes
Several court cases prove that CFOs are on the hook for withheld payroll taxes -- even if a company has no funds.
Tax 2012: A Year to Prepare for 2013
Companies hoping for a cut in corporate tax rates will probably have to wait until next year. But now is the time to pay attention to the changes that are brewing, tax experts say.