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When starting or expanding a business, it is important to know how to deal with employment taxes. While they seem to be automatic when you are an employee, employment taxes are calculated and withheld by the businesses and then paid to the IRS. Here is more information on employment taxes for your business to help your business tax preparation go smoothly. What are employment taxes? Employment taxes are a variety of federal, state, and local taxes that must be withheld by business owners from the paychecks of their employees. What types of employment taxes are businesses required to pay? Employment … Click to Read More

When your new employee fills out a W-4, it affects their withholdings for Federal Income Tax, Social Security, and Medicare. What does it mean for the business owner? Businesses are required by the IRS to withhold taxes from employee wages, and then pay them directly to the IRS. This usually occurs on a quarterly basis in March, June, September, and December.¬† This type of tax is¬†called a Payroll Tax. In some instances, the IRS allows a business to file payroll taxes annually instead of quarterly. Payment can be made electronically or in person at an authorized financial institution. The IRS … Click to Read More