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1099 W2 Forms

How do I create a Table or Worksheet report on tagged records in the W-2/1099 Forms Filer Module?

try screen, select Print>Table Report (or Worksheet). On the Record Selectionscreen, which displays while printing either report, select Tagged Records. Selecting this will only include Tagged records on the reports.
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How do I setup duplex printing for W-2’s?

To enable Duplex printing you will need to enter a Duplex Printer code in Printer Settings. Open the the W-2/1099 Forms Filer Menu and select a Client. Select Options> Printer Settings, and select the Printer Mode. On the Printer Device and Codes screen enter the Duplex Code after
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How do I adjust the Margins on a Pre-Printed form?

Once you select the Form to Print, a Printer Mode dialog box displays. On the Select Printer Mode screen select 2 (HP Laser Printer (pre-printed forms)and an Align button will display at the bottom of this screen. Click Align and follow the on-screen instructions.
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Can I print a voucher instead of a check?

Yes! To print a voucher, use Check Type X. To change your check type, click on Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences from the AMS Payroll Menu. In the "Checks and Vouchers" section, change the Check Type to "X".
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Is there any way to save an employee’s paycheck/paystub to a PDF file so it can be sent via email?

Yes, you can print paychecks/paystubs to a PDF file.  First, open the client in AMS Payroll, select Payer>Payer Edit and then select the Preferences tab.  In the “Checks and Vouchers” section, place a check in “3. Enable Check Print Preview” and click OK to
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Can 1099 etc handle the reporting of cafeteria plans?

Cafeteria plans are handled by the software with the User Defined Fields as extra deductions from the net/gross. These User Defined Fields will appear on the various reports as deductions but 1099-Etc does not have reports specifically for Cafeteria plans.
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Is there any option in payroll software to print a report showing New Employees?

Yes, there is a report that will print the New Employees. This report can be accessed by selecting Reports>L. Print Special Reports>Print New/HIRE Employees from the A-T-F Payroll Menu.
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Can Report F print the name on the same line as the wages?

Yes, the name can be printed on the same line. When generating Report F, place a check in the Print On Same Line selection on the Report F Criteria screen.
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Can I E-File my W-2 or 1099 forms with your program?

In a word: Yes. Our E-Filer module, the recommended product for those attempting to e-file W-2 forms, makes 1099 and W-2 processing fast, efficient, and less expensive. 1099-Etc provides two different electronic filing options: E-File Direct and E-Filing Services. Each filing option h
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Can we export payroll data from AMS Payroll into Quickbooks?

You can export the payroll totals to the QuickBooks General Ledger. (AMS Payroll Menu>Options>Import & Export Options> S. Export to QuickBooks General Ledger)
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Are there any restrictions using software in a payroll processing business?

No there are not. Our software has an AMS Payroll module available that can generate live or after-the-fact payroll.
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How do I add a second hourly rate for a client?

This is entered as a User Defined Field. You can get a screenshot of how this should be set up by accessing the help menu by the following: 1. At the Main Menu, select Help>Search for Help on…2. Select the Search tab.3. Enter the phrase Multiple Hourly Pays.4. Select Multiple
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How do I calculate the SITW when doing Payroll?

Please make sure that the following is setup: Go to Payer>Payer Edit>Preferencesand make sure that Preference #3, under “Check Entry Fields”has a check in the box. Go to Payer>Payer Edit>State/Localand select the W/H Method. Next highlight the Employee and clic
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How do I enter multiple states in the AMS Payroll program?

1. Open AMS Payroll to the desired payer. 2. Click Payer>Payer Edit>State/Local Edit. Click on the New tab This will create a new State/Local Edit screen with a new letter designation. (i.e. A, B,C, etc…) Simply enter the abbreviation of the new state you wish to add. Now
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How do I delete one employee from AMS Payroll?

At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Input and highlight the Employee. Click Special>Delete Current Employee. Remember, that once the Employee is removed, their information cannot be undeleted.
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How do you delete a previously setup User Defined Field?

Beforeusingthis procedure back up your payer.From the AMS Payroll Menuselect Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields. Select the one you want to delete by clicking it (it will be highlighted), on your keyboard: hold the CTRL button then hit the backspace key. Click Delete UDF and P
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How do I mark a company as exempt from taxes?

When setting up the employees for this company, you will need to mark each individual employee exempt from the taxes. This can be done oneach employee’s Status Information screen.In theTax Exempt Status column, place a checkmark in front of the appropriate taxes.
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Can the program round the state withholding amounts to the nearest dollar?

Yes, the program can round the state withholding amounts to the nearest dollar. You will need to open the AMS Payroll Menu, selectPayer>Tax Tables. Select the state and and place an "X" in theNo Cents field(located in the upper right corner of the Tax Table Edit screen).
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How do you enter the prior year-to-date FUTA and SUTA information?

You can enter credit wages for FUTA/SUTA by enabling certain Preferences. First, open the client in AMS Payroll. At the AMS Payroll Menu select Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences. Other, 4.Use Alternate SUTA Code and then select OK. Next, at the AMS Payroll Menu select Input, highligh
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How do I show an IRA contribution in AMS Payroll?

IRA deductions can be set up in User Defined Fields (Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields). On the User Defined Fields screen, double-click on a blank line and then click on the Examples button. Scroll downand highlightthe IRA deduction that best fits your needs and click Select
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How do I change the Banking information that prints on MICR checks?

First open the client in AMS Payroll. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>Check/MICR. Update the information on this screen as needed.
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How do I delete a Default Check?

You can delete a Default Check as follows:At the AMS Payroll Menu,click Input>highlight the employee>Browse. The employee’s Default Check is dated 00/00. Highlight that check and selectSpecial>Delete Current Check. If the Default Check is not listed, click Special>In
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How do I set up the program to have State Income Tax Withholdings for two States on one check?

You will have to create a User Defined Field for the second state withholding. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields, double-click on the first blank line. On the Edit screen selectExamples. Highlight Other State Withholding and click Select. Click
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Where would I enter the Re-Employment Service Fund Rate for the State of New York?

The Re-employment Service Fund is reported as a portion of SUTA. Enter the rate (0.075%) as the Extra SUTA Rate in Payer State/Local.
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How do I change the Quarter Ending Date on a state form?

When you elect to print the State Quarterly forms, you can change the Quarter Ending Date on the General Information screen.
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Can I electronically file the 941 forms from your program?

Yes, our program will electronically file the 941 forms through our AMS Payroll module. E-Filing 941’s requires the following: You will need a valid internet connection. You will first need to apply for an E-File Signer PIN from the IRS for each company thatelectronically files
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How do I setup a field to garnish a dollar amount from an employee’s wages?

You can setup a garnishment field on the User-Defined Fields screen. Open the Payer in AMS Payroll. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User-Defined Fields. Double-click on the first blank line. Enter in a field name (for example, Garnish) andselect the appropriate
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How do I setup a field for a “Pre Tax deduction”?

This deduction will need to be setup as a User-Defined Field. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields. Double-click on the first blank line, enter in the Field Namemark the appropriate settings and click OK save. You can alsoselect Examples from the
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How do we get the AMS Payroll program to round to whole dollars for the Federal Withholding?

At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences. Place a checkmark before Check Entry Fields, Preference 13. Calculate FITW w/o cents.
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How can I print a report showing a list of the 941 deposits?

Open the client in A-T-F Payroll. At the A-T-F Payroll Menu, select Deposits>3. Federal Tax Deposits>Report.Enterthe Deposit Criteria and the program will generate a 941 Deposit report.
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How do I setup a salaried employee?

You will setup the employees salary information on the Employee’s Default Check. The Default Check is used to enter in the Gross Amount (as well as other check information) based on the employee’s Pay Frequency (the Pay Frequency is defined in the employee’sLive Payr
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Do I have to manually enter check numbers for them to appear on check register?

No, the software will handle check numbers for you. First, in the Check EntryFields section of Preferencesenable#1. Need Check Numbers and #11. Auto Increment Check Numbers,then gp to Payer>Check/MICR andenter the last check number used in the Miscellaneous section on the Last Chec
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How do you enter the information needed for Third Party Sick Pay?

First you need to set up a User Defined Field (Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields) called XSICK. This field is setup as an template. To access the example, double-click on the first blank line on the User Defined Fields screen. Click Templates, highlight Third Party Sick Pay,
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How do I get the interim Federal and State Payroll Tax Payment client letters to print with what to pay at the end of a quarter?

You will be prompted to print the client letters when you create the 941 form and when you produce the quarterly form(s) for your state. Each client letter will have a summary of amount(s) due.
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How do you set up the User Defined Field for Non-employee compensation on the 1099-MISC forms?

Atthe AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields. Double-click on the first blank line, click templates at the bottom of the screen and select "1099 Payments" from the dropdown. Click OK until you are back at the Payroll Menu. When adding a check you
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Why is the 941 Schedule B form not displaying the tax liability amounts?

Most likely this is caused because "Use Previously Edited Liabilities" has been marked on the 941 control ans SignerInformation screen. To change this,at the AMS Payroll Menu, click Forms>Print 941/944 Form. Select the Printer Mode and the Quarter. On the 941 Control and
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How do I set up a field in AMS Payroll for Taxable Tips?

At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences >Check Entry, Select2. Need SS Taxable Tips and click OK. When you add a check, enter the taxable tips amount in the field called Tips. This option is especially important for businesses and individuals who collect
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Can I sort the Input screen by Social Security Number instead of by employee name?

Yes, the Input screen can be sorted by SSN. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences>Other change the Input Order to SSN.
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How would you handle a garnishment?

You would define the garnishment on our User Defined Fields screen (at the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields). On the User Defined Fields screen, double-click on a blank line and enter the information for the garnishment or clickTemplates to use a pre
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How can I export information to Excel?

In AMS Payroll, you can export information to a Tabbed Delimited Text File which can be opened in Excel. You can access this option from the AMS Payroll Menu by selecting Options>Import & Export Options/F. ExportTabbed Delimited Transactions w/ Employee Information.
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How do I sort check entries on the browse screen in ascending rather than descending order?

The browse order is normally in ascending order, if it does not appear to be then click Special>Sort in Descending Order.Remove the check mark by clicking it. Your display should resort in ascending sequence.
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How do I change the 941 mailing address, to the IRS, on the client letter?

From the AMS Payroll Menu click Payer>Payer Edit>General. Under Federal Depositor Information enter “??'” in the Alt State field then click OK. This tells the program to prompt you with additional addresses to use on the client letter. More Information about 941 Mail
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How do I change SUTA max wages?

At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>PayerEdit>State/Local. Enter theSUTA Max Wages here. Please note that if you have the Use Default MaxWages, Rates enabled you will need to remove the check from that box in order to save the new Max Wages.
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How do I hide tagged employees?

From the input screen select Special > Exclude Employees by category, check the box beside Tagged Employees. Note: this setting will revert when the input screen is left.
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When entering exemptions in AMS Payroll, the program only goes up to 9. Is there a way to go higher?

You can use the letters A to Z (excluding O (OH) and X) for values greater than 9 where A is 10; B is 11 and so on.
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How do you set up an employee to be exempt from withholding any Federal (FIT) and/or State (SIT)taxes?

Enter zero in the SITW and FITW boxes of the default check for the desired employee(s). You may need to do this for one of several reasons. The IRS allows employees to claim an exemption from withholding in a specific year if both of the following situations apply: In the year prior,
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I have an employee that needs to report taxes for 3 or more Locals on one check. How do I set this up in AMS Payroll?

A User Defined Field is required if you wish to report taxes for three or more locals on a single check. Some special settings must be entered to make this happen. At the AMS Payroll Menu, select Payer>Payer Edit>User Defined Fields. First, double-click ona blankline and selectT
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Do I have to order the software every year?

Yes, you must purchase the 1099-Etc software separately for each tax year you plan on using it to process forms. The 1099-etc software is designed specifically for an individual tax year to ensure that each form is as accurate and up to date as we can make it. Government agencies chan
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I am an existing customer and would like to add a module how do I do this?

You can do this from within the software by selecting Utilities > Upgrade Current Program Options or you can call our sales department at 1-800-536-1099. You will receive a new serial number and key code which will enable the new feature.
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Can I Print an Order Form from the Website?

Yes, you can print out an order form from the 1099-etc website. Simply go to the online order section and follow the steps to prepare an order form online. Once you have finished entering your order data you will be given the choice of printing the order form out on your printer for m
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What is the price?

You may check the orders page for our current prices.
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What if I do not wish to give my credit card online?

We understand your concern. We would be happy to take your order over the telephone during regular business hours ( Monday through Friday – 8 AM CST to 6 PM CST ) at 1-800-536-1099. We can also process your order via fax or US Postal Mail. Simply create an online order from our
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How do I install 1099-Etc icons on the desktop or in the program menu at user workstations in a network environment.

You may run setup on each workstation and choose the Icon Only option from the Select Destination screen. This will install only an icon on the workstation and allow you to specify the location of the program files. Each user who accesses the program must have full read/write permissi
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Can I install the program on a network and multiple PCs?

Yes, you can. Our software can be installed on the network and multiple PCs (site license applies).
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How Do I Uninstall the 1099-Etc Software?

1099-Etc makes no registry edits during installation so it’s simply a matter of deleting the folder that the software was installed to and it will be completely removed from the computer. For more information on deleting folders see your windows documentation.
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How do I install the Demo?

Downloading the 1099-Etc Demo is a two-step process. First you will have to visit the demo download page if you have not already and click on the demo link to begin the downloading process. When the download starts it will ask you two things: Save this program to disk? or Run the file
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How do I install the Full Update?

Downloading and installing the 1099-Etc Full Update is a two-step process. When the download starts it will ask you two things:Save this program to disk? or Run the file from its current location? If you choose to run the file from its current location you will be able to install the
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I am trying to install an update but I get a message that “The Program is not Installed” when it is. What should I do? Install anyway?

In most cases, this indicates that you are not installing to the correct directory. Make sure the destination directory indicated by the program is where the previous installation really exists. If you right-click the icon for your program then left-click Properties you will see a Tar
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New Filing Requirements in Connecticut

Starting with tax year 2014 all Connecticut taxpayers are required to file all Form(s) W-2, W-2G, 1099-R, or 1099-MISC electronically regardless of how many forms are filed. These forms can be transmitted electronically using the DRS’s Taxpayer Service Center (TSC).  You are no longer
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Can I print my own payroll checks on blank check stock?

The simple answer is yes with a few minor caveats. You will need to have a dedicated check writing printer or change toner every time that you print checks. Printing checks on blank check stock requires a special magnetic toner, which is used on a laser printer. The toner uses MICR te
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Can I electronically file my state 1099 forms at the same time as I file my federal 1099 forms?

Yes, you can e file state 1099s with federal 1099 forms. This will depend on the state you are filing for, the form you are filing, and if you have gone through the approval process. The approval process is two-fold: Obtain a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) Submit a test file A TCC can
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Check your State Unemployment Tax Rates they may have changed

As an employer or tax preparer you need to be aware of changing tax rates and laws. One of the most commonly changing rates is your state unemployment tax rate.  Your state may raise or lower your rate based on several factors such as what industry you are in, how long you have been i
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Am I in a Credit Reduction State for 2014?

FUTA credit reduction occurs when a state fails to pay back loans taken to meet state unemployment liabilities to that federal government. The normal amount of credit you receive is 5.4% on the FUTA tax rate of 6.0%. Each year the loan is not paid back the credit is reduced by 0.3% wi
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New Quarterly Withholding Reporting for New York

New York has determined that electronic filing has several advantages over paper filing such as: security, accuracy, and up-to-date tax rates. As a result, all withholding reports in New York have to be filed electronically starting on April 30, 2015. New York currently supports three
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Our 1099-Etc Software Generation Option

This add-on option is excellent for many reasons! You, simply stock up on plain white paper and you are ready to go. No need to purchase pre-printed forms* when you add this module to your W-2/1099 Forms Filer base program. You may even print the W-2, W-2C, W-3 and W-3C Copy A forms,
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Penalties for Not Paying Payroll Taxes

The penalties for NOT paying payroll taxes can be steep and complicated. These penalties can be for Form 941 taxes (withholding and FICA taxes) but may also apply to other similar forms.  Even if you choose to hire a payroll processor or firm to handle your taxes, YOU, as the employer
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Why Use 1099-Etc Software?

1099-Etc Software was created over 25 years ago and our goal was to provide the CPAs, small and large business owners and tax preparers an all-inclusive solution for payroll preparation. Why choose our payroll software when there are so many other options available on the market? This
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Common Payroll Mistakes

One of the most important factors in payroll processing is staying compliant with the IRS and keeping your client’s business running both smoothly and organized. Common payroll tax mistakes can cost your clients large penalties. The good news is, they can be avoided. There is no
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What is the 1098-T Form

IRS Form 1098-T is also known as the “Tuition Statement”. The 1098-T form is used by eligible educational institutions to report information about their students to the IRS. This is required as of 1997 by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. As required by the Internal Revenue Service, Fo
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What is the AMT?

According to Wikipedia, The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) is an income tax imposed by the United States Federal Government on individuals,corporations, estates, and trusts.  AMT is imposed at a nearly flat rate on an adjusted amount of taxable income above a certain threshold (also kn
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Let’s get serious about Payroll Taxes

1. Payroll taxes are essential to businesses with employees. No matter how you look at it, there is no exception for unpaid payroll taxes. If you are a business owner or employer, it is your absolute responsibility to be up to date and aware of any and all payroll tax deposits that ne
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What determines if you are a bi-weekly or monthly payroll depositor?

One of the many payroll obligations an employer has is the requirement to make payroll tax deposits. A bi-weekly payroll depositor – or a monthly payroll depositor, depending on your classification – is the easiest way to handle this responsibility. The question of when to make your p
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Seasonal Workers

What defines a Seasonal Worker? There are times when a business needs to hire workers on a seasonal or part-time basis. For example, some businesses may need seasonal help for farming, lawn care, roofing, sporting events, holidays, and commercial fishing or harvest seasons. There are
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What is a 1042-S?

Understanding Form 1042-S According to the IRS, form 1042-S is used to report amounts paid to foreign persons, and to report amounts withheld under Chapter 3 of the Internal Revenue Code or to report distributions of effectively connected income by a publicly traded partnership or nom
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What is a Household Employee?

A ‘Household Employee’ as defined and explained by Investopedia.com, is an individual who is paid to provide a service within a residence.  Some examples include babysitters, nannies and housekeepers.  Independent contractors such as repairmen and plumbers are not consider
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The Facts About Overtime

The definition of overtime is the additional compensation paid to an hourly employee who works more than 40 hours in a work week.  Federal law requires hourly employees who work more than 40 hours in a work week must be paid at a higher rate for these overtime hours. The rate at is a
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FICA and how to calculate

FICA is composed of two taxes: Social Security and Medicare. Social Security Social Security is calculated by multiplying an employee’s taxable wages by 6.2%. For example, if an employee’s taxable wages are $600 this week: $600.00 x 6.2% = $37.20 (this amount would be deducted from th
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Payroll Solutions Talk

Technology is moving forward and most people are “right-here-right-now” kind of consumers. We all want what we want when we want it. When running a business, there is nothing better than marking off tasks from your to-do list in the quickest manner possible. After all, time is money.
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What Are the E-Filing Deadlines for W-2 and 1099 forms?

One of the advantages of e-filing is that, in most cases, you actually have longer to file your W-2 and 1099 type forms. When W-2 forms are e-filed, the submission to the SSA is due on March 31st (or the next business day if March 31st falls on a weekend or holiday). You can register
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What if you make a mistake filing your 941?

Form 941 records payroll tax liability and deposits. These forms are filed quarterly in accordance with the IRS laws and regulations. The IRS uses these forms to reconcile federal tax deposits that each employer makes. If you find that you have filed a 941 with errors, you can amend t
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Let’s Visit After-The-Fact Payroll

What exactly is After-The-Fact payroll? After-The-Fact means after the payroll has already been issued the values are recorded for compliance reporting and other purposes. Taxes are not normally computed, although that can sometimes speed up entry. Payroll is usually performed by empl
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What is 1099-Etc Payroll Software?

1099-Etc Payroll Software has paved the path to simplified payroll tax preparation and e-filing! 1099-Etc Payroll Software is YOUR solution if you want an all-inclusive software package for preparing your own payroll (live or after-the-fact) and electronic filing. Our software takes t
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More interesting facts about taxes

In 1989, the IRS E-File pilot project included 36 states with 1.1 million returns filed. In 1990, E-File went nationwide with 4.2 million returns filed! In 1789, at the beginning of the French Revolution, those who collected taxes (collectors) were sent to the guillotine. That takes n
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Classification of ‘Exempt’ and ‘Non-Exempt’ employee

Employers must classify an employee’s job as either Exempt or Non-Exempt as required by The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). What makes these employees different? The difference is the way the employees are compensated and how their positions are structured. Exempt employment position
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What is an Agricultural Employee?

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Agriculture includes farming in all its branches when performed by a farmer or on a farm as an incident to or in conjunction with such farming operations. Virtually all employees engaged in agriculture are covered by the Fair Labor Standards
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As a Business Owner, Why Should I Use Direct Deposit?

You may ask yourself why use direct deposit for issuing checks to my employees. There are several reasons. The main reason a business may want to use direct deposit is obviously the one that affects them the most, cost. You no longer have to pay someone or use your own valuable time t
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What is a Schedule B on Form 941?

The IRS Form 941 (Schedule B) is a tax form for the reporting of tax liability for semi-weekly pay schedules. The employer is required to withhold federal income tax and payroll taxes from the employee’s paychecks. The 941 form reports the total amount of tax withheld during each quar
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Payments Requiring a 1099-MISC

If you’ve been doing side jobs or a little moonlighting in addition to your real job, you can look forward to getting one or more 1099-MISC forms in the mail. This might come as a surprise to those who thought they wouldn’t need to pay taxes on that additional income. In fact, the 109
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Receiving 1099s and Self-Employment

Self-employment comes with a lot of responsibility. There is somewhat of an “honor” system in place when it comes to reporting income. In many cases, employers will take deductions for your services or contract, yet they will forget or disregard sending you a 1099 when tax season roll
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Why Did My FUTA Liability Go Up at the End of the Year?

Just when you thought you were done paying FUTA tax on your employees for the year your accountant tells you that you need to pay a few more dollars for all of your employees. Why did this happen? FUTA is paid by you, as an employer, at a rate of 6.0% on the first $7000 each of your e
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Can Payroll Facts Be Fun? Maybe not fun, but interesting

Question Excerpt From National Payroll Week Q.1) When was National Payroll Week created? A. 1971 B. 1986 C. 1999 D. 1996 Q.2) How many states do not have Individual Income Tax? A. 3 B. 5 C. 7 D. 9 E. None of the Above Q.3) What was the first Federal Minimum Wage? A. .25 B. .83 C. 1.10
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How Do I File a Corrected 1099?

What happens when you report the wrong information on a 1099?  You need to issue a corrected 1099 as soon as possible after you notice the error. As long as the error is for dollar amounts the process is straightforward. All you need to do is fill in the correct information on a 1099
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Don’t Become A Victim – Protect Your Company From Check Fraud

Despite using caution and care when transmitting account information, Deposit Account Fraud continues to be a major issue in the banking industry. Checks are written daily for everything from payroll and accounts payable to personal checks for mortgages, rent and utilities and accordi
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What Happens When My Employees Live in One State and Work in Another?

As an employer you may be wondering what you need to do if you happen to hire an employee that lives in another state. This is a fairly common scenario if you live close to a state line and you want to be careful so that you don’t end up having to file amended returns. Generally what
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1099-Etc Voted Best In 1099/W-2 Compliance And #2 In Payroll In CPA Practice Advisor 2014,Reader Poll

The results of the 2014 CPA Practice Advisor Readers’ Choice Awards are in and Advanced Micro Solutions’ 1099-Etc Software scored high once again. Readers were asked to choose which software they prefer for 1099/W-2 compliance as well as for payroll and the results are cle
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How to correct: ‘Path Invalid Check for Typos’, when installing.

This error normally means that the directory where the program is to be installed is not accessible or not valid. If a question mark appears in the Destination Directory box replace it with a valid Drive letter (C, for example). Remember this directory path is where the program is to
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How Can I Get A Replacement Cd For A Prior Year

You can call our Sales Line, 800-536-1099 to request a replacement CD (charges may apply). Prior year software is available for download from our website, www.1099-etc.com.
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Setup Initialization Error Setup Cannot Access Required File

You may still have the program running. If you do you need to close the program. If you don’t have the program running shut your computer off wait for a few seconds and turn your computer back on and try it again.
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Error Message About Splash Program

Most Windows machines have a feature called Autorun which will automatically run a program from a CD-Rom that is placed in the CD-Rom drive. The 1099-Etc CD-Rom contains a program called SPLASH.EXE that is designed to autorun when you place the 1099-Etc installation CD-Rom in your mac
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