Year-End Tax Reports
File on time, every time with our payroll experts as you close out your year-end tax reports. Want to reap the benefits that Coastal Human Resources has to offer? Read below what businesses look for when printing W-2 and 1099 forms.
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For legal compliance, all businesses must submit and verify employee year-end tax reports and get verified data on employee salaries based on your state. Also, be sure to keep the information up to date as employee marriage statuses, addresses or names may change.
Meet Department Deadlines
The IRS department has specific deadlines for business owners to make on year-end tax reports. Sending copies is required for both parties by the employer. By printing out and having them on hand, you can avoid unnecessary fees and penalties for such liabilities.
Look Into Annual Details on Reports
There are well over ten annual detailed payroll reports that employers and employees can look over once the company is ready to file. Be sure you go over your state’s checklist for an actual list of what is asked. These are a few you may want to look into:
Payroll Summary Details - payroll items are listed based on paychecks and have an overview of how values are calculated.
Employee State Taxes Details - employees can find their wages and any withholdings for state payroll taxes.
Payroll Liabilities Balances - payroll taxes from the employee’s company can be seen here.
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Send and File
Before you can file, you must first send out tax forms to your corresponding employees so that they can individually file on their own. Once you have completed this step, you will need to file a W-2 and send a W-3 form to each employee. Other filing forms include contractor 1099s, 940s, 941s and 944 which will vary by quarter, minimum/maximum taxes for qualifying owners and for those who are health insured.