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This procedure describes the GSHIP insurance premium payment process and subsequent distribution of charges to the departments.
On a monthly basis, departments should proactively manage the department's payroll suspense account and remove payroll suspense charges within 90 days of the charge occurring.
Payroll Suspense chartfield strings have been created for each department to capture personnel expense transactions during the payroll distribution process when a valid chartfield string does not exist for some or all of an employee's earnings and related employer paid fringe benefits and taxes.
This Procedure was established to meet IRS regulations, including 26 U.S. Code § 132(e).
This policy was established to meet IRS regulations, including 26 U.S. Code § 132(e).
The University will utilize all state and federal withholding laws in determining taxability for Foreign Nationals. Once the tax status is established, foreign nationals will complete applicable forms.
The University has created this policy as a guide for those foreign nationals who may qualify for a tax exemption under a specific tax treaty prepared between the United States and his/her country of residence.
The University will utilize IRS guidelines, Immigration and Tax regulations in determining Social Security Tax withholding for Foreign Nationals. After the determination is established, the foreign national will complete all applicable forms.
The purpose of this policy is to outline the conditions which must be met by foreign national employees to exempt them from paying Social Security tax.
Foreign nationals will complete tax forms based on the criteria set forth from the University. This criteria is determined by the federal immigration and tax laws.
The University will determine tax status based on terms and categories related to immigration law, in conjunction with terms and categories related to tax law.
Foreign nationals receiving scholarship and fellowship assistance must complete taxation forms. These forms are used in determining the appropriate method of taxation and withholding. To determine which forms should be completed, there are certain rules and regulations that are applied to each foreign national.
The purpose of this policy is to provide information regarding tax withholding for foreign nationals receiving scholarship and fellowship assistance.
This procedure provides information for foreign national employees who are completing tax withholding forms, whether they are visiting Teachers/Researchers (visiting scholars) or Students (graduate student research and teaching assistants as well as other student employees).
This policy provides information for foreign national employees who are completing tax withholding forms, whether they are visiting Teachers/Researchers (visiting scholars) or Students (graduate student research and teaching assistants as well as other student employees).