Are the PFML Notices Delayed Too?
June 12, 2019 | Lizanne Foley
We have smart clients. One just asked:
With today’s announcement, are the notices still required by June 30th, or has that been extended to September 30th?
The problem is, the lawmakers are not as smart. A three month delay in payroll contributions will change the deduction formula. The amount deducted will be higher to make up for the delay. The exact allocation of the contribution formula has not been published. The notice requires that information. Because, duh, it is a notice of the contribution.
Bismark was right: Laws are like sausages–you do not want to see how they are made.
We will keep you updated as this unfolds. Our advice is hold off on the notices until further notice.
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