How To Report an Owner/Employee on Certified Payroll

How To Report an Owner/Employee on Certified Payroll

Certified Payroll/Prevailing Wage
Certified Payroll is complex and so are the reporting requirements for owner/employees.  See this question submitted by a reader. I am unsure of how to report the owner of the company on the certified payroll report.  He is a union member but not paid union benefits.  He is paid the prevailing union wage in our area.  He is paid thru QuickBooks payroll & the appropriate payroll taxes are paid. The accountant suggests we do not report the fringe benefits on the certified payroll because he does not receive union benefits as he is the owner & does not have union benefits. I am confused as to how to report his wages.  Must I make a 'separate' payment to him of what the total prevailing wage for a union worker would…
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Can One Certified Payroll Report Meet Requirements in all 50 States?

Certified Payroll/Prevailing Wage, QuickBooks Add-Ons, QuickBooks Corner
  Certified payroll reporting requirements are complex.  There is no single certified payroll form that will meet the requirements in all 50 states.  Don't be fooled! It's a common misconception that a single certified payroll report form will meet the prevailing wage requirements found in each of the 50 states.  To be fair, at one time or another a contractor in any state will work on a federally funded construction project and submit the US Department of Labor WH-347 form (or an acceptable substitute).  However, that would be the only time. 21 states follow the reporting requirements of the US Department of Labor and file a WH -347 form or an acceptable substitute for each government-funded construction project that they work on. 14 states have enacted state prevailing wage laws,…
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