Employer

Virginia labor law regarding payroll
Virginia law controls when your workers must be paid for their services. Under the Virginia Wage Payment Act (VWPA), salaried employees must be paid a...
Employer contributions to pension schemes in the UK
The minimum contributions that you must pay into your staff's pension scheme are shown in the table below – they're currently a total contribution of ...
Penalty for employer not paying 401k
The Department of Labor (DOL) normally assesses a penalty of 20% for fiduciary breaches, which is what happens when you do not make timely 401(k) depo...
Hsa employee contribution
Q As the employer, can I contribute to an employee's HSA? A Yes, you can contribute to your employees' HSAs. Plus, you save on payroll and FICA taxes ...
Questions to ask about 401k
Ask your employer these important 401(k) questionsWhat plans are offered, and what are their features?When can you begin contributing?Does the company...
What does employer contribution mean in insurance
An employer contribution is the amount an employer pays into a plan. These contributions help pay for employees' healthcare costs, ranging from premiu...
401k rollover being held up by former employer
“When you leave your job, your 401(k) plan stays as it is unless you choose to roll it over,” Richardson says. “Keeping your plan with your former emp...
Does the “15% into retirement” rule include employer contributions?
The simple answer is "No, do NOT include your employer's match." You cannot count on that forever, from every employer you choose. So don't count on i...
Employer contribution to 401k
The employer must make at least either: A matching contribution of 100 percent for salary deferrals up to 1 percent of compensation and a 50 percent m...