All U.S. employers are required to verify the identity and employment eligibility of new hires using the mandatory Form I-9. The latest Form i-9 was revised in October 2019 and released in 2020. Stay compliant with the law by using the most recent Form I-9 and following the instructions and record keeping guidelines that accompany it.
The new I-9 version has an expiration date of 10/31/2022. The previous version of the form (Rev. 07/17/2017 N) may be used until April 30, 2020 but employers are encouraged to begin using the new version immediately.
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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires every employee to complete Form W-4 before he or she may claim withholding allowances on income tax returns. New W-4 forms must also be completed whenever an employee’s tax status changes, such as with the birth of a child or a change in marital status.
Use this poster to prevent federal W-4 withholding mistakes. The Federal W-4 poster will help your employees avoid costly mistakes regarding withholding decisions by providing a mini-checklist of questions employees can ask themselves when filling out their Form W-4.
Nowadays there are numerous recordkeeping laws for employers to adhere to. Be sure to abide by them all with the help of this Employee Record Retention Chart. This informational chart breaks down current recordkeeping standards by record type, retention period, and applicable federal law.
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