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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|

Beware Scams Targeting Payroll Professionals

This time of year is super busy for payroll professionals. It’s also a busy time for scammers. Scammers target payroll professionals in the hopes of getting employee W-2 lists, including names, addresses, and Social Security numbers. Here’s how it works: The scammer sends an email to someone on the payroll team. The email looks like [...]

January 9, 2019|

2019 Banking Holidays and Your Payroll

As you are planning for 2019, take note of the federal banking holidays. Depending on where they fall in the year, they may have an impact on your payroll processing schedule. Mark your calendar, set electronic reminders, and you'll be well prepared for 2019 and ensuring your employees receive their paychecks on time throughout the [...]

November 19, 2018|

2018 ACA Reporting Deadlines

This post was updated January 3, 2019. It's the time of year applicable large employers begin work preparing for ACA reporting. Applicable large employers (ALE) are those with an average of 50 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalent employees in the prior year. ALEs must offer full-time employees and their dependents a minimum level [...]

October 23, 2018|

E-Verify Is Required in These States

E-Verify is a free online information verification system that lets an employer know whether or not a new hire is eligible to work in the United States. The system compares information provided in the employee’s Form I-9 to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Social Security Administration (SSA) data to verify employment eligibility. It returns [...]

June 26, 2018|