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ACAL
05-03-2017, 09:59 PM
Hi everyone! I'm new here. My fiancee has been in landscaping his whole life (his parents own a small company) and it's his passion. In 2015 he started his own company and I have taken on the roll of book keeper as he isn't great with technology. I've got invoicing down but we are growing now and he has had to get some help with some large jobs. His parents have always paid out in cash but I obviously want to go about paying workers the legal way. We don't currently have any workers that are on set schedules, basically just on call for large jobs. How do I go about paying them? What forms do I need/how do I get them? Basically any info on legal payment is appreciated! Also, we just deposit all payment from customers into our account and that's it. Should I be doing anything differently in terms of that? Thanks in advance!!

sandesh18
07-07-2017, 07:06 AM
Hi, your question is quite complicated but as far as i understood, suppose if u need to pay workers in a legal way, Firstly, register the Tin Bill number and then try to issue the pay.

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g_nicks
08-31-2017, 05:06 AM
Today’s businesses typically do payroll in one of three different ways:
- Manual (do-it-yourself method)
- Hire a part-time accountant
- Use a payroll software solution

For a small business, where the number of employees are low, you can opt for a manual DIY method.

Kuznec
09-01-2017, 05:27 PM
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Spencer Seto
09-12-2017, 08:03 AM
There are a three ways to approach payroll processing — do payroll yourself, use a payroll service like Square Payroll, or hire an accountant.

Payroll taxes are federal, state and local taxes withheld from an employee’s paycheck by the employer. They include Income Tax, Social Security, and Medicare. In order to properly calculate what your payroll tax should be, you need to know the current tax rates.

But given all the payroll mistakes you can make (and nasty fines you can incur as a result), make sure you’re completely comfortable with everything you need to do before you dive in.

Step 1: Have all employees complete a W-4.
Step 2: Find or sign up for Employer Identification Numbers.
Step 3: Choose your payroll schedule.
Step 4: Calculate and withhold income taxes.
Step 5: Pay taxes.
Step 6: File tax forms & employee W-2s.

Spencer Seto
09-12-2017, 08:05 AM
There are a three ways to approach payroll processing — do payroll yourself, use a payroll service like Square Payroll, or hire an accountant.

Payroll taxes are federal, state and local taxes withheld from an employee’s paycheck by the employer. They include Income Tax, Social Security, and Medicare. In order to properly calculate what your payroll tax should be, you need to know the current tax rates.

But given all the payroll mistakes you can make (and nasty fines you can incur as a result), make sure you’re completely comfortable with everything you need to do before you dive in.

Step 1: Have all employees complete a W-4.
Step 2: Find or sign up for Employer Identification Numbers.
Step 3: Choose your payroll schedule.
Step 4: Calculate and withhold income taxes.
Step 5: Pay taxes.
Step 6: File tax forms & employee W-2s.

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Corporate_Services
01-22-2018, 12:03 AM
Depending on the size of your payroll, you must make payroll tax deposits to the IRS on a semi-weekly or monthly basis.

You can make your payroll tax deposit payments on Form 8109 or using the IRS electronic filing system (EFTPS).

Businesses are also required to submit payroll tax reports on a regular basis.

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03-23-2018, 07:01 PM
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asif bams
01-04-2019, 05:06 AM
Step 1: Have all employees complete a W-4. ...
Step 2: Find or sign up for Employer Identification Numbers. ...
Step 3: Choose your payroll schedule

gilsulate
01-07-2019, 12:30 AM
If u need to pay workers in a legal way, Firstly, register the Tin Bill number and then try to issue the pay.

arso96
01-10-2019, 01:46 PM
I have been doing payroll online for about 8 years. It takes me roughly 5 minutes to do it each month. That is why I do it online. They handle all the filings and do the direct deposits and provide my end of tax year forms. I have never used a bookkeeper but I may look into it, and I do use Quickbooks.

You are correct in that I need to have my withholding end up at the VIRIB which is why I am looking for an easy solution to this. Unfortunately one doesn't appear to exist.

I do have a CPA do my end of year tax returns for my business.

Also, for others finding this post Quickbooks Payroll and Wells Fargo also do not support VI employees. This is in addition to PayCycle and SurePayroll mentioned above.

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