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Florida Minimum Wage (2017)
Florida Minimum Wage increases to $8.10 for all employees effective 12/31/16. Tipped employees minimum wage increases to $5.08.
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New York State Minimum wage (2017)
Effective January 1, 2017 the Upstate New York minimum wage will increase as follows:
General Business to $9.70 per hour.
Fast Food Industry, fewer than 30 locations to $9.70 per hour.
Fast Food Industry, more than 30 locations to $10.45.
Hospitality Industry, Tipped Employees to $7.50, plus tips.
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Click to Download New York State Minimum Wage (2017) General
Limited Power of Attorney (copy) (In Accordance With IRS Regulations)
CPA Payroll, Inc. is hereby appointed as reporting agent with authority to sign and file Federal and State employment and payroll tax returns and make Federal (FTD) and State tax deposits for the above stated taxpayer. CPA Payroll is also authorized to sign and remit payroll tax checks and pension checks.
The attorney-in-fact is authorized to receive confidential information to prepare taxpayer’s payroll tax returns and depository items for subject taxes. The attorney-in-fact is also authorized to send originals and copies of all notices and all written communications addressed to the taxpayer in proceedings involving the above tax matters to the taxpayer named above.
This reporting agent authorization revokes all other earlier reporting agent authorizations but has no effect on any other power of attorney. This authorization includes Federal/State employment and payroll tax returns and federal/state tax deposits, beginning with the period indicated and remaining in effect throughout subsequent tax periods and until notified by the taxpayer in writing that this authorization has been terminated.
The Client is responsible for ensuring funds are available in its bank account for payment of all payroll taxes. CPA Payroll, Inc. is not responsible for the funding of payroll taxes.
- TERM OF AGREEMENT Initiation of automated tax payment service may be subject to approval of client’s credit. If the client’s credit is approved, performance of service by CPA Payroll, Inc., under this Agreement shall begin upon implementation date and shall continue until terminated upon 5 days written notice by either party or terminated as otherwise provided for by this Agreement.
- SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED In addition to the services CPA Payroll performs for the Client as a payroll client, Client hereby employs CPA Payroll to prepare, sign, and timely file with proper taxing authorities all returns for payroll taxes indicated. This service does not include the filing or depositing of excise sales and use, or corporate taxes. On Client’s payroll check date, CPA Payroll is authorized to draw from Client’s bank account as specified by Client, such amounts as are necessary to pay such taxes. Such amounts are to be held in separate accounts established by CPA Payroll until such time as these payments are due the appropriate taxing authorities.
CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITY The Client agrees to accept the following obligations and responsibilities:
- To execute all necessary documentation so that CPA Payroll may withdraw funds from the Client’s bank account to remit tax payments. This is applicable only if the Client signs up for automated tax payment.
- To execute a limited power of attorney authorizing CPA Payroll to remit such payments to the appropriate taxing authority;
- To execute any other documents which may be required for CPA Payroll to perform its responsibilities under this Agreement;
- To provide proof of necessary tax identification numbers; and
- To have available in Client’s bank account sufficient funds for CPA Payroll to make the withdrawals or direct payments to government agencies provided for by this Agreement. Items returned by the client’s financial institution are subject to a $35.00 returned item fee per item.
- I hereby authorize CPA Payroll, Inc. to initiate debit entries to my bank account. This authorization is to remain in full force until Company has received written notification from me of its termination in such time and in such manner as to afford Company a reasonable opportunity to act on it (30 days). I understand that this payment plan may be cancelled by Company at any time. I represent and warrant that I am authorized to execute this Authorization Agreement and I indemnify and hold the Company, bank and their agents harmless from damage, loss or claim resulting from all authorized actions hereunder.
CLIENT’S DEFAULT If the Client:
- Fails to pay CPA Payroll any fee due under this Agreement or any other agreement;
- Fails to perform any obligations under this Agreement or any other agreement with CPA Payroll; or
- Files or has filed against it a petition for bankruptcy or becomes insolvent or has a substantial portion of its property become subject to levy, execution, or assignment; then CPA Payroll at its option may terminate this Agreement and declare all amounts due and to become due, immediately due and payable. Such remedies are cumulative and in addition to all other remedies afforded by this Agreement or by law.
CPA Payroll, Inc waives the initial set-up fee of $150.00 with the understanding that the Client will not default or discontinue service within the first ninety (90) days of service. If services are terminated by Client or by CPA Payroll, Inc due to Client’s default (see above), or any other reason deemed necessary by CPA Payroll, Inc, Client agrees to pay CPA Payroll, Inc this set-up fee, called “early termination fee” upon termination. If CPA Payroll, Inc’s authorized withdrawal from Client’s account is returned due to insufficient funds or any other reason, Client agrees to reimburse CPA Payroll, Inc for all charges, losses, or expenses incurred by CPA Payroll, Inc. These charges are subject to change without prior notice.
If CPA Payroll or Client terminates this Agreement, CPA Payroll’s obligations under this Agreement shall cease. CPA Payroll’s sole responsibility to the Client shall be to return to the Client any payments then held by CPA Payroll after deduction of all fees and expenses due CPA Payroll. The Client will immediately be responsible for all tax payment and filings due then and thereafter, and any related interest and penalties. The Client hereby agrees to hold harmless and indemnify CPA Payroll for any damages, including attorney’s fees, which CPA Payroll incurs as a result of the Client’s default under this Agreement.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY CPA Payroll shall only be liable for its own negligence and not the negligence of any other person or entity which provides services to CPA Payroll as result of CPA Payroll’s performance of its obligations under this Agreement.
CPA Payroll’s sole liability and the Client’s sole remedy for CPA Payroll’s failure to perform the services required of it by this Agreement shall be for CPA Payroll to remit to the appropriate taxing authority the payroll taxes received from the Client and to reimburse the Client for any interest or penalties relating to such error or omission by CPA Payroll.
CPA Payroll, Inc shall under no circumstances be responsible or liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages which the client may incur as a result of Client’s failure to perform any term or condition of this agreement, even if CPA Payroll, Inc. has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
PAYMENT CPA Payroll’s fee for performing this service is in addition to the value of the use of the funds held in CPA Payroll’s escrow account, if applicable to the appropriate taxing authorities. CPA Payroll may change the amount charged for this service upon thirty (30) days written notice to the Client. On Client’s payroll check date, CPA Payroll is authorized to draw from Client’s bank account as specified by Client, the agreed upon fees for performing this service. The Client agrees to pay CPA Payroll for all collection costs, including reasonable attorney’s fees, which CPA Payroll incurs as a result of the Client’s default. Fess for bank returned items on collection of Direct Deposit Funds, Tax Funds, Payroll Processing Fess, or any other Impounded funds agreed upon may change at any time without thirty (30) days written notice to the Client.
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York. The County of Monroe in the State of New York is hereby designated as the place of trial of any action or proceeding arising out of or in connection with this Agreement.
This Agreement contains the entire understanding of the parties and may be modified only by a subsequent writing signed by both parties. The Client acknowledges that there have been no other representations or warranties made by CPA payroll to the Client which are not set forth in this Agreement.
If any provisions of this Agreement or any portion thereof shall be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, the validity, legality or enforceability of the remainder of this Agreement shall not in any way be affected or impaired.
We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about our clients or former clients to anyone, except as permitted by law.
We restrict access to nonpublic personal information about you to those members of our firm who need to know that information to provide services to you. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard your nonpublic personal information.
If you have any questions about this policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.