Nobody said running a business or managing a workforce is supposed to be easy. This page won't change that, but it is designed to make your life a *little* simpler by providing a quick, one-stop-shop for finding and accessing the common forms, templates, links and other resources you need to properly pay and manage your workforce.
Use Form SS-4 to apply for an employer identification number (EIN). An EIN is a nine-digit number assigned to employers for tax filing and reporting purposes.
Use this form to authorize a reporting agent with the ability to file forms and make payroll tax deposits on your behalf.
With a complete list by state, find and download any new hire tax withholding certificates needed for your employees.
An ideal place to keep information that’s critical to their employment with your company. Not required but a recommended best practice.
Employees schedule their direct deposits and authorize their employer to pay their wages through direct deposit.
Form I-9 is a federal mandate which verifies your new employee is legally allowed to accept employment in the United States.
The 1099 Form reports income from self-employment earnings, interest and dividends, government payments and more.
The calculator helps you identify your tax withholding to make sure employees have the right amount of taxes withheld.
Resources for taxpayers who file Form 1040, Schedules C, E, F or Form 2106, and businesses with assets under $10 million.
A resource from the Social Security Administration that helps you verify Social Security Numbers of current and potential employees.
A new resource from the Department of Labor designed to provide answers to common questions employers have.
Learn more about workplace safety regulations from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
We have created the following instructions to help you properly use the fax input worksheet. Simply download the form and follow the instructions.
If you would like to change payroll/tax accounts, your company’s CEO or authorized official must send us this completed and signed form.
How do I know my taxes are being paid? Here's a simple one-pager that explains how Complete Payroll collects and files taxes on your behalf.
Use this letter template to properly notify all your employees about the NYS Paid Family Leave Act and related benefits.
Use this policy template to communicate the law's details with your employees, and update your employee handbook.
Employees of covered employers may use this form to opt-out of NYS Paid Family Leave benefits (and payroll deductions).
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