2021 ACH Holiday Non-Processing Calendar
Normal Office Hours
Monday – Thursday 8am to 4:30pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
Thursday November 25th – our office will be closed for Thanksgiving
Friday November 26th – our office will be closed for Thanksgiving
Thursday December 23rd – closing at 1pm for Christmas
Friday December 24th – our office will be closed for Christmas
Friday December 31st – our office will be closed for New Years
Deadlines for holiday weeks
Check date Friday November 26th – due by 2pm on Tuesday November 23rd
Check date Monday November 29th – due by 2pm on Wednesday November 24th
Check date Tuesday November 30th – due by 2pm on Wednesday November 24th
Check date Friday December 24th – due by 2pm on Wednesday December 22nd
Check date Monday December 27th – due by 10:00am on Thursday December 23rd
Check date Tuesday December 28th – due by 10:00am on Thursday December 23rd
Year-end Cutoff Date
The year-end cutoff date for you to report changes for 2021 is December 29th at 1:00 p.m. We recommend that you run any adjustments with a payroll to ensure that the taxes are withheld correctly. Please remind your accountant to report payroll adjustments prior to the cut-off date.
If payroll adjustments are necessary after the year-end cutoff date, we can rerun your tax returns. However, there will be an additional charge and depending on when you report the change, your tax payments may be made late. You will be responsible for all penalties and interest associated with the late payment. Any payrolls dated into the New Year will reflect our 2022 pricing.
W-2 Verification Report
2021 W-2 verification reports are being distributed with your first December 2021 dated payroll run. Please verify all information and notify us of any changes no later 1pm December 31,2021.
IRS Federal Tax Deposit/State Withholding Deposit/SUI Rate Change Notices
In November and December the IRS and States will be mailing deposit frequency/change notices to all employers who have a change in their deposit frequency for 2022. The State Unemployment offices will also be mailing the rate changes for 2022. If you receive one of these notices, please send us a copy ASAP. We do not automatically receive this information from the IRS and State agencies.