Posts Tagged: employment development department

Free Tax Seminar for Nonprofits

Representatives from the Board of Equalization, Employment Development Department, Franchise Tax Board, and Attorney General’s Office are coming together to talk about nonprofit and exempt organizations this Tuesday, September 17, 2013 in Lake Forest. Although a hike for some, this tax seminar should be well worth it for all nonprofit managers. There will be presentations …


Is Your Organization Misclassifying its Workers?

If you’re not sure or if you have any questions, join CalCPA’s quarterly Nonprofit Discussion Group on July 18 from 8-10am. A panel of employment attorneys will discuss whether to classify a worker as an intern, volunteer, independent contractor, or exempt employee. This is a critical topic for all nonprofits as the IRS and Employment …


IRS Waives Eligibility Requirements for Employee Reclassification Program

Is your nonprofit incorrectly classifying employees as independent contractors? This has been an area of hot attention by the IRS and Employment Development Department in the last few years and it’s about to get even worse. California employers who willfully misclassify employees are fined between $5,000-$15,000 per incident, in addition to any other penalties or …


Hired a Contractor? The EDD Has A Form for You

March 21, 2013 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Jobs, News

Has your organization hired an independent contractor? If so, it may be required to file a Report of Independent Contractor. Any nonprofit operating in California that hires an individual or sole proprietor to do $600 or more worth of contract work must report information about that contractor to the Employment Development Department (EDD). The information …