Do you know how the taxes paid for CA PFL are being reported? Is the employee getting a tax form for a 3rd party or do we need to report internally/setup 3rd party?
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According to the state of California’s PFL FAQ page, employees who receive the benefit will also receive a tax form from the state to report their income for federal (not state) taxes.
Recipients will receive a 1099-G tax form in January of the following year you received benefits.
Employers should not have to take any action for those staff members who received the benefit – tax information will come directly from the provider.
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