Report Returning Employees Online
New hire reports are due within 20 days of hiring a new or returning employee.
Reporting online is free, fast and secure. New hire reporting is required by law.
Reporting helps children get the child support they need, while helping to combat unemployment fraud.
Federal and State law requires employers to report newly hired and re-hired employees in Maryland to the Maryland State Directory of New Hire. This site will provide you with information about reporting new hires including reporting online and other reporting options.
The Maryland New Hire Reporting Program is […]
Workers Compensation Update
MIA Bulletin 20-21
Workers compensation update-if you are paying an employee through the COVID-19 crisis but the employee is not performing any employment functions, these wages may be excluded from the Workers Compensation calculation however, you must be able to document this payroll in order to exclude it form the premium calculations. Please use the below link to access MIA bulletin 20-21.
As always please feel free to contact TRS CPA Group […]
Debt Forgiveness Under the Paycheck Protection Program
Many of our small business clients have received funding of their Paycheck Protection Program SBA Loans. The first step to get full or partial forgiveness under the program is to determine the number of FTE’s (Full Time Equivalent) employees that a small business must maintain during the eight-week period following funding of the loan. Unfortunately, guidance on this calculation is very limited from the SBA and Congress.
The FTE calculation should be done immediately, because the loan forgiveness is based on maintaining your average number of FTE employees during […]
The Maryland Department of Labor (Labor) is excited to announce the launch of the BEACON One-Stop application for online claims filing. The first of its kind, the BEACON One-Stop will allow claimants to file claims for ALL unemployment insurance (UI) benefit programs through a single application, including the most recent federally-enacted unemployment programs, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC).
To read more, click to open this PDF from MD Department of Labor. Read PDF