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Identity Theft: An Issue for Household Employers

Posted by Kathy Webb on Feb 20, 2012 8:27:00 AM

According to a report released by the National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson, the number of tax returns the Internal Revenue Service decided needed additional screening for possible fraud and/or identity theft in 2011 exceeded 1 million, a 72 percent increase over 2010. The office of Taxpayer Advocate is established as an independent watchdog within the IRS and it reports annually on the agency's performance.

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Topics: nanny e-verify, household employee background check, nanny background screening

New Social Security Numbers to be Randomized

Posted by Kathy Webb on Jun 26, 2011 8:44:00 AM
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Topics: nanny w-2 form, nanny e-verify

Nanny Employment Eligibility Update: Legal Arizona Workers Act of 2007 Upheld

Posted by Kathy Webb on Jun 15, 2011 7:59:00 AM

The Legal Arizona Workers Act of 2007 requires that Arizona employers comply with the Federal Form I-9 regulations, or face state civil sanctions and/or criminal charges. Federal law already imposes the I-9 regulations on ALL US employers - this law adds the ability of the State of Arizona to utilize the application of state sanctions to further encourage compliance.

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Topics: nanny e-verify, nanny employment practices

Nanny e-Verify Self Check to be Offered in 2010

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on Dec 8, 2009 1:39:00 PM
 
The Department of Homeland Security's Citizenship and Immigration Services will launch an individual self-check capability in the E-Verify program in 2010. This will allow workers to verify their own work authorization status before they apply for a job. E-Verify is the federal government's mostly voluntary electronic employment verification program. E-Verify will confirm I-9 data provided to the employer by matching information to government databases.

E-Verify currently allows employees who cannot be electronically verified 8 business days to appeal/correct the information and continue working. "Tentative nonconfirmations in the E-Verify program may be difficult for an employee to address in the eight business days" allotted under the program, said Alejandro Mayorkas, CIS director. With a self-check option, workers could correct errors before they apply for a job and without the eight-day constraint, he said.

HomeWork Solutions, the nation's leading preparer of nanny payroll and provider of nanny tax compliance services, began offering E-Verify to clients in the summer of 2008. Clients who verify their employees employment via E-Verify are provided "safe harbor" - immunity for any government penalties - in the event the employee is later deemed ineligible for employment in the US.
 
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Topics: nanny e-verify

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