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Beginning September 30, 2020, employees in New York must accrue protected sick leave but employees are NOT entitled to use their accrued sick leave until January 1,2021. Here is a summary based on the law in its current form. We expect additional guidance from the NY Commissioner of Labor as we approach the effective date.
All employers are required to provide protected sick leave, but whether itʼs paid and the amount of annual sick leave depend on the size and net income of the employer:• 4 or fewer employees and net income of $1 million or less: 40 hours, unpaid.• 4 or fewer employees and net income of more than $1 million: 40 hours, paid.• 5–99 employees: 40 hours, paid.• 100+ employees: 56 hours, paid.
Employer may choose any regular, consecutive twelve-month period as the benefit year, except that the number of employees is determined on a calendar year(January 1 through December 31). The statute does not specifically allow employers to exclude employees who work outside New York from its calculation.
Accrual:All employees, including part-time and temporary employees, who do not work in the state are required to accrue 1 hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked: accrual begins on September 30, 2020, or the employeeʼs first day of work, whichever is later.
Employees are entitled to carry over all their unused sick leave hours: however, employers may limit annual use to the caps outlined in the bullet points above.Instead of an hourly accrual method, employers may choose to front-load their employeesʼ sick leave hours at the beginning of each year. If they do so, however, they may not reduce their sick leave allotment if the employee works less than expected.
Usage:Yearly usage may be capped at 40 hours for employers with fewer than 100 employees and at 56 hours for employers with 100 or more employees. Other than theusage start date of January 1, 2021, the law does not allow employers to impose a waiting period before an employee can use their accrued sick leave.
The FBI is currently investigating an active unemployment insurance scam. The scam involves letters about unemployment insurance that are legitimately from the New York State Department of Labor but are being sent to individuals who did not apply for the payments.
With growing concerns about Covid-19 (the Coronavirus) many people have started practicing social distancing to protect themselves, the health of those around them, and the community as a whole.
Despite it all tax season marches on, however you have the option to skip an in-person appointment in favor of sending your documents in to be processed. Documents can be mailed in or dropped of to the office location of your choice. Please call our office if you would like to make arrangements to drop off documents without having to enter the building. You can also submit documents electronically on our website using our online portal.
- For instructions on how to upload documents to the portal click here.
- If you have a portal but need assistance accessing it or uploading documents call Andrea True at (585) 410-6733 ext. 103.
- If you don't have a portal set up already and would like one, please email Chelsea Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our financial services clients we have the ability to provide digital investment review meetings.
To schedule a digital investment review meeting with David Younis CFP® or Francis Celona CPA, CFP® contact Aimee Cummings at (585) 410-6733 ext. 136 or email@example.com.
Appointments with Jason Tabor CFP® can be scheduled with Debbie Pearlmutter at (607) 282-4161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The partners of Allied Financial Partners are pleased to announce that Angela Dussault, CPA has joined Tette, Ingersoll & Co., CPAs, PC, a division of Allied Financial Partners.
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act is now law. With it, comes some of the biggest changes to retirement savings law in recent years.
Tette, Ingersoll & Co. CPAs, PC, a division of Allied Financial Partners, is pleased to announce its merger with Richard A Romer, CPA LLC, in order to grow its services and capabilities.
The partners of Allied Financial Partners are pleased to announce the promotions of four dedicated employees.
The partners of Allied Financial Partners are pleased to welcome Sarah Gordnier who joins the administrative team working out of both the Rochester and Victor office locations.
Allied Payroll Services, a division of Allied Financial Partners, is pleased to announce that Tyler Turkington has joined the firm as Payroll Specialist.
The partners of Allied Financial Partners are pleased to announce that Jason Brewer has joined the firm as IT Help Desk Specialist.
We are excited to have officially made the move into our new Rochester office!
Tette, Ingersoll & Co. CPAs, PC, a division of Allied Financial Partners, is pleased to announce its merger with the Tonawanda-based CPA firm, Amato, Fox & Company, PC, in order to grow its services and capabilities.
The week of December 23rd, ALL payrolls must be submitted no later than 11am on Tuesday, December 24th!