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2021 FFCRA Leave Reporting Guidance

2021 FFCRA Leave Reporting Guidance

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The IRS issued Notice 2021-53 which provides employer guidance about reporting of 2021 Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA) leave wages.

Employers must report the qualified 2021 FFCRA leave wages to employees on either a 2021 Form W-2 or in a separate statement provided with the Form W-2. Only employers claiming tax credits for FFCRA must comply with the reporting requirements.

According to the notice, there are separate reporting requirements for leave provided from January 1, 2021, to March 31, 2021, and for leave provided from April 1, 2021, to September 30, 2021. The notice gives specific reporting instructions for leave wages that must be entered in Box 1, 3, or 5 of Form W-2. The guidance also provides model language employers may provide as part of Form W-2 or in a separate statement.

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Rick Labian

Rick Labian

Rick Labian lives by the Golden Rule – he is guided by what is best for his clients and treats others as he would like to be treated. Rick acts as an advisor and advocate for his clients, helping identify goals for their benefit programs and building a strategic plan together. Rick has a rich history with NIS. He has worked for NIS for over 20 years, leading the Eastern region. Rick is the Manager and leads the FBC Client Management Team. Rick’s leadership and experience aids our internal staff and all of NIS’ FBC clients. Rick is a licensed insurance agent and is ACA certified through the National Association of Health Underwriters.