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Understand your tax residency status and applicable tax rules while working or receiving non-compensatory stipend payments, in the United States.
Recent federal changes to taxable income calculations may affect how much money is witheld from your paycheck. Employee Services encourages faculty, staff and students to review their state tax deductions, and determine if they would like to withhold additional state taxes from their paychecks.
If you pay parking fees, you can opt out and keep post-tax deductions.
Short-term disability changes allow Classified Staff options to use paid accrued leave to supplement the benefit paid by disability.
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Leave sweeps are around the corner. Employees who have extra vacation hours must use them by June 30.
In accordance 2018 legislation (SB 18-200), PERA contributions rates for employees and employers will increase on July 1. In addition, the Colorado legislature has advanced a bill to suspend a one-time $225 million state payment to the PERA fund.
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