Greenshades Blog


Electronic Filing – What’s new?

Posted on September 30th, 2019

By Molly Van Kampen, CPP Chief Evangelist Recently I have traveled an awful lot for Greenshades, attending tradeshows and meeting with clients and partners.  As I have smiled a thousand times and enjoyed hundreds of amazing interactions, the question “What’s new?” has started a lot of conversations and discussions. In most cases, “What’s new?” is [read on ..]


IRS extends tax year 2018 1095-C deadline

Posted on November 30th, 2018

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   It looks like Christmas came a little early this year for some tax preparers. As in previous years, the IRS has gifted payroll departments across the nation an extension on the deadline for the 1095-C form. This notice was sent via an IRS news email (and via their [read on ..]


Greenshades Year-End: How to get ready for W-2 and 1099 forms

Posted on November 29th, 2018

By Justin Kirkland  Senior Sales Engineer     With year-end approaching at great speed, we at Greenshades have been doing a series of webinars revolving around all things year-end. On one of those webinars, we had an attendee ask if we had a check list that could be used to get ready to process W-2 and 1099s forms. At the time, I [read on ..]


IRS reminds employers, business owners of Jan. 31 filing deadline for wage statements, independent contractor forms

Posted on November 21st, 2018

Courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded employers and other businesses that Jan. 31 remains the filing deadline for wage statements and independent contractor forms. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 started a requirement for employers to file their copies of Form W-2, Wage [read on ..]


Why you should start preparing for January as soon as possible

Posted on August 23rd, 2018

By Brittany Llorente Brllorente@greenshades.com   For most payroll professionals, January is the busiest time of the year. Most dread the month and once it is wrapped up, don’t want to think about January again until some time in December. However, the time to look at your year-end processes are now. Here are a few reasons [read on ..]


Increase seen in phishing emails

Posted on January 25th, 2018

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate On Friday, January 19, Greenshades sent an email to our clients notifying them of some phishing attempts that had been made recently in the Microsoft Community. To keep everyone aware, we are posting this email as a blog. We find it is important that everyone stay vigilant against hackers and [read on ..]


Top product updates from 2017 – Part 2

Posted on January 12th, 2018

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   I told you I’d be back. As promised in Top product updates from 2017 – Part 1, here is Part 2 of our favorite product updates that were released in 2017. Part 1: Greenshades Online Employee Services Part 2: Benefits Management and Year-End Forms Part 3: Payroll [read on ..]


Mileage and ACA updates from the IRS

Posted on December 29th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   The IRS has released two updates over the last week that are of notice to the Payroll and HR community. We want to make sure that as you turn to us for information, that we can provide all the information we can to you in one place. IRS [read on ..]


Three frequently asked questions during the Ask Us Anything Webinar

Posted on December 8th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate Earlier this year, I was working with the webinar team (Chris Hadden, CPP and Justin Kirkland) and going over ideas for webinars for the upcoming year. I had just read an article about Reddit AMAs (Ask Me Anything) and the benefit of reaching out to a community for questions. [read on ..]


Don’t forget about the Affordable Care Act

Posted on October 6th, 2017

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   Sounds obvious, right? Sometimes I feel like I’m playing Bill Murray’s character from the early 90’s hit movie, Groundhog Day. Every time I turn on the television or listen to talk radio, I keep hearing the same question: When is “Obamacare” (the Affordable Care Act) going away? [read on ..]


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