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California Payroll Guide, 2013 Edition Joanne Mitchell-George

California Payroll Guide, 2013 Edition

Joanne Mitchell-George

Published April 9th 2013
ISBN : 9781454835752
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California laws, regulations, and policies present many unusual challenges for payroll professionals, in part because California often puts groundbreaking laws and regulations on the books well ahead of the rest of the nation. California PayrollMoreCalifornia laws, regulations, and policies present many unusual challenges for payroll professionals, in part because California often puts groundbreaking laws and regulations on the books well ahead of the rest of the nation. California Payroll Guide helps you understand the nuances to stay fully compliant in California. Here are just some of the distinct topics that are completely covered in California Payroll Guide Paid family leave EZPAY your payroll tax deposit via credit cards Restrictions on divulging Social Security Numbers Recordkeeping requirements What to report on a pay statement Penalties Industrial welfare commission wage orders Independent contractor v. employee Waiting time penalty Payments subject to withholding Combined reporting How to handle multi-state employees SDI tax reporting Child and medical supportIn addition, California Payroll Guide provides the many forms to help you comply with all payroll requirements: Payday notice Annual report of unclaimed personal property Quarterly adjustment form Application for transfer of reserve account Quarterly wage and withholding reports And many more!The 2013 Edition of California Payroll Guide has been updated to include: How employers due date for payroll tax deposits have changed effective January 1, 2013 Impact of the California Supreme Courts decision in the Brinker v. Superior Court case on the meal and rest period requirements Why the incorrect date format on reports and/or deposits may cause delays, penalties, interest, and/or misapplication of funds How to get a copy of the 2013 DE 44 and DE 8829 What are the changes to the wage garnishment laws effective July 1, 2013 How new legislation defines an individual as a rehire if for new hire purposes What information you must give to employees under the Wage Theft Protection Act of 2011 How does a fixed salary to a non-exempt employee affect the employees overtime pay When does the additional assessment of civil penalties for misclassification of independent contractors apply Why you need to understand the differences of who is a contractor and who is an employee for wage and hour, unemployment insurance, workers compensation, and income taxes How to comply with the wage and hour rules outlined by industry in the wage order Step-by-step guidelines to ensure compliance with the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) on alternative workweeks Reporting requirements for unclaimed property/wages that walk through the new due diligence responsibilities after a federal court injunction An explanation of the computer software professional exemption from overtime Rules regarding California Vacation Plan requirements How employers comply with having payroll checks be cashable in California and no bank fees Details regarding Californias position on conformity with federal rules and taxation on benefits New requirements for employers paying commissions beginning January 1, 2013 Details about SB 1038 changes to FEHA signed into law by Governor Brown on June 28, 2012 Explanation of the decision about what happens when an employee, who may usually work eight hours per day, is called back to work for a two-hour meeting The fact that the Voluntary UI Program is not in effect for 2013 The EDD warning of phishing schemes in which e-mails were sent asking for employee information and referencing unemployment claims