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White House considering payroll tax cut in effort to reverse weakening economy

The Washington Post reported this week that senior White House officials are considering a temporary payroll tax cut as a way to prevent an economic slowdown, revealing growing concerns about the economy according to top economic aides. However, the White House released a statement on Monday indicating that the idea for the payroll tax cuts …

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Form I-9 Expires Aug. 31

Federal Form I-9, which is used nationwide by HR departments in order to verify workers’ identity and employment eligibility, is expiring at the end of August 2019. However, an announcement by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) extending the form’s expiration date is expected soon, and will include the following clarifications: Employers may designate anyone …

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Wage and Recordkeeping Laws

This July, a Massachusetts grocery store made headlines when it was cited by the state attorney general for payroll and recordkeeping violations, totaling $313,915 in fines and restitution. Employees had complained that they were being underpaid, and the attorney general’s office conducted an investigation and even notified the store’s president of state wage requirements. But …

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