• Filing Employee Taxes at the Federal Level

    Filing Employee Taxes at the Federal Level

    Once you are ready to hire employees, you must register that you are now an employer with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in order to receive a Federal Tax Identification Number.  This is often referred to by the acronyms TIN (Tax ID Number) or FIN (Federal ID Number).

  • Filing Employee Taxes At The State and Local Level

    Filing Employee Taxes At The State and Local Level

    Filing employee taxes at the state and local level are different than filing at the federal level. Learn the differences in the processes before you file.

  • State Tax Forms

    State Tax Forms

    Use this resource to directly access and download tax forms for each state.

  • Dealing With Payroll

    Dealing With Payroll

    Hiring employees means that you will have to upgrade your payroll system. If you have been working as a one-woman show up until this point, it means that you have to establish a payroll system and communicate it to your employee(s).

  • An Introduction To Employee Tax Issues

    An Introduction To Employee Tax Issues

    The IRS web site (www.irs.gov) is about to become your next favorite web site. Keeping track of your tax payments and forms gets easier once you know what you need to do. Do not assume that your accountant will handle it all for you. Start now to become educated and save yourself some headaches and...

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