New Business Required Forms
Whether you’re starting a new business at the turn of the new year or looking forward to your first quarterly tax payment, depending on how your business is organized, you may have different tax requirements.
Applying for an employer identification number (EIN) is an important step for businesses. To apply, you must use Form SS-4. Once you complete the form, you can submit it online, by mail, or by fax. You should receive your EIN within four weeks of submission.
Use this form to authorize a reporting agent to sign and file certain returns, make deposits and payments, receive duplicate copies of tax information, notices, and other communication, and provide IRS with information to aid in penalty relief determinations.
Common Employee Forms
Completing state and federal new employee forms is an important step in the hiring process. It is important to ensure all forms are completed accurately and submitted to the appropriate government agency in a timely manner.
Employee's Withholding Exemption and County Status Certificate
Certificate of Residence
Annual Nonresident Military Spouse Earned Income Withholding Tax Exemption Form
Employee's Illinois Withholding Allowance Certificate
Employee's Statement of Nonresidence in Illinois
Nonresident Employee's Withholding Reciprocity Declaration
Nonresident Military Spouse Withholding Exemption
IRS & Government Resources
The IRS and US Government provide a variety of resources including FAQs and helpful tools on many topics including taxes, government benefits, and other resources.
Social Security Number Verification
The Social Security Administration provides this resource to help you verify SSNs of current and potential employees.
This site is from the Department of Labor to provide answers to commonly asked questions that employers might have.
IRS Withholding Calculator
Use this tool to estimate the federal income tax you want your employer to withhold from your paycheck.
IRS Business Resource Center
Resources for taxpayers who file Form 1040 or 1040-SR, Schedules C, E, F or Form 2106, and small businesses with assets under $10 million.
OSHA's mission is to ensure that employees work in a safe and healthful environment by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. Employers must comply with all applicable OSHA standards.
In this guide, we’ll explore the primary HR challenges that the public sector currently faces, and offer a range of actionable recommendations organizations can adopt to remain competitive in recruitment, hiring, retention, training, and core HR practices.
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