Spring cleaning season is almost over! Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home, it’s a great time to refresh your digital spaces as well. For payroll professionals, no database could be more important to keep clean than your employee database. As a payroll specialist, your job is to pay and file things correctly and on time. Accomplishing this is made much easier when your data is clean and organized. Each week in April we will be talking about a different area of your database and how to keep it sparkling! To wrap up the series, we’re talking about Form W-4.
Data Polish #4: Form W-4
Form W-4s from employees and any state equivalent of that form are incredibly important to file correctly. A correct Form W-4 helps ensure you’re withholding the correct amount of federal income tax from the employee’s paycheck. While everyone should fill out a Federal Form W-4, not everyone may fill out a state W-4 equivalent. It depends on the state.
The following states do not require a state income tax form:
- New Hampshire
- South Dakota
If your state is not on this list, check your state’s Department of Revenue for its specific state income tax form.
For the most current Federal Form W-4, visit https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-w-4 .
At The End Of The Day
Keeping this kind of data clean is important for any payroll specialist but it is especially important for those dealing with construction payroll. Many additional regulations are placed on contractors and construction companies that make processing payroll complex, inefficient, and burdensome. ConstructionPayroll.com is designed to address the unique needs of construction business owners, with multi-state, multi-rate, and multi-trade wage calculation capabilities, flexible employee pay options, and the ability to capture job costs, labor assignments, and worker compensation classifications with precision and accuracy.
Book a meeting today and see for yourself how fast and easy construction payroll can be with ConstructionPayroll.com!