Employee Change of Status Form

Pay rate change

Employment termination

Address change

Name change

GO! Employee Change of Status

Please note that to send a writable pdf back to GO! you need to save the document and then send.

Please use the W-4 to submit changes to SS# and withholdings:

W-4 Form

If an employee wants to have additional amounts withheld for state taxes they need to write the amount at the top of the W-4 form as follows:

State Additional $Amount Per Payroll

Reminder: Do not send sensitive information like W4 forms via email.

Mileage and Travel Reimbursements

You cannot deduct commuting costs so make sure you understand what is considered commuting – See the image furnished by the IRS below.

Reimbursements are part of an Accountable Plan which requires:

Business Connection: Proof of business necessity

Substantiation: Original receipts, mileage log, reimbursement request form.

Return of Excess Amounts: Return of unused advances.

IRS Info

Non-Accountable Plans are defined as:

Fixed daily or monthly amounts

No documentation of miles or expenses

Any payment to employee that does not meet the Accountable Plan requirements i.e. is considered a Non-Accountable Plan must be taxed as wages. Employee will need to substantiate and deduct on personal return.

IRS Info

What about per diem?

Considered reimbursement only if employees return an expense report in a reasonable period.

Per Diem FAQs