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Your October & November Year-End Snapshot
Each year, thousands of payroll and HR managers trust APS as their source for year-end payroll, tax, and ACA processing. During this time of year, it’s important to have reliable and user-friendly resources to help better manage your payroll, HR, and ACA tasks.
Each month, we’ll bring you a snapshot of monthly tasks you should be focusing on to keep you on track for year-end processing. Here is your October & November Year-End Snapshot:
- Update Employee Contact Information to Avoid Penalties
- Prepare for ACA Annual Reporting
- Prepare for Veteran’s Day Processing
- Process All Year-End W-2 Adjustments
- Check for Excess Retirement Contributions
- Process All Manual and Voided Checks
- Check to See if You’re in a FUTA Credit Reduction State
- Prepare for Thanksgiving Payroll Processing
- Review Third Party Sick Pay
- Report Fringe Benefits
For more information about these tasks and additional year-end resources, download the Year-End Payroll Guide.
- Update Employee Contact Information
- Prepare for Benefits Renewal and Open Enrollment
- Review Employee Classifications
- Review Medicare Part D Reporting
- Conduct Budget Planning for Next Year
For more information about these tasks and additional year-end resources, download the Year-End HR Guide.
Are you ready for year-end processing?
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