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New Year Brings New W-2 Phishing Scheme

This time of year, it is not unusual to see W-2 phishing schemes in which scammers try to steal confidential W-2 information via email requests and links. This year there's a new twist on the now familiar scam. Another payroll company has reported that a phishing email claiming the recipient's W-2 is ready is targeting [...]

January 23, 2020|

Inova Payroll Earns Spot on Inc. 5000 for Fourth Consecutive Year

For the fourth consecutive year, Inova Payroll, an award-winning payroll and human resources service provider, has landed on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the United States at number 3967. Inova has experienced continued growth through partnerships, acquisitions, and a commitment to service. “Sustaining this high level of growth over four years [...]

August 14, 2019|

Watch Out for New Payroll Scam: Direct Deposit Diversion

By now, employers are very familiar with the W-2 phishing scheme, where scammers spoof a company executive’s email and request all W-2 information for a company. Companies large and small have fallen for this crooked tactic, effectively handing over employee names, addresses, and Social Security numbers that the thief can then sell or use to [...]

June 5, 2019|

Employment Tax Fraud Cases Rise

The IRS launched more than 200 investigations involving employment tax fraud in fiscal 2018 - a 28% rise from fiscal 2017. Of those cases, 48 people received prison sentences. Employment tax fraud or tax evasion takes on a variety of forms with the most common methods including paying employees in cash only to avoid taxes, [...]

May 28, 2019|

5 New Congressional Bills for Employers to Watch

Several bills and congressional plans affecting human resources and payroll departments successfully made their way through the House of Representatives in April 2019. Here's what employers need to know to get ahead of the game on popular topics like minimum wage, paid family leave, and more. 1 ) The House of Representatives introduced bill H.R. [...]

May 24, 2019|

IRS Revises EIN Application Process to Enhance Security

Earlier this year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced only individuals with tax identification numbers may request an Employer Identification Number as “the responsible party.” Those individuals must have either a Social Security number or an individual taxpayer identification number. This is generally the person within a business who owns or controls the entity or [...]

May 9, 2019|

Inova Payroll Adds API Integration with M3 Hospitality Technology

New Offering Streamlines Data Flow from Payroll to Time System, Adding Convenience and Time-Saving for Shared Customers Inova Payroll, a national payroll and human resource solutions provider, has announced the release of an API integration between the company’s human capital management application and the proprietary time, attendance and labor management solution from M3, the leading [...]

March 5, 2019|

Inova Payroll Acquires One Source Payroll

Inova Payroll, Inc., one of the top-10 privately-held payroll and HR companies in the United States, announced today it has acquired One Source Payroll, an Irving, Texas, company that provides payroll, time and labor, human resources, and ACA compliance to more than 300 employers throughout the country. “Through this transaction, we not only continue the [...]

February 14, 2019|

Inova Adds HR Outsourcing and Benefits Services

Inova Payroll, Inc., one of the largest privately-held payroll and HR companies in the United States, announced the addition of two new product lines, a full-service human resource outsourcing solution and group benefits. The new offerings complement the company’s payroll and human capital management technology and support services. “Many of the business owners we work [...]

January 24, 2019|

More Minimum Wage Changes in 2019

There were a number of state and municipal minimum wage changes on January 1 this year. Some changes were cost of living adjustments and some tiered increases toward a defined future rate.  But minimum wage changes don’t just happen on January 1, many happen on July 1. And there are a few outliers including Santa [...]

January 16, 2019|