Employee Giving: Payroll Deduction Process & Compliance

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  • #2514

    Racquel Vespucci
    Keymaster

    Are you currently implementing/thinking about implementing payroll deduction into your donation process? If so, what does that process look like for your company?

    #2527

    Racquel Vespucci
    Keymaster

    Payroll deduction is a fantastic way to streamline employee giving and encourage donations!

    Does everyone know the IRS regulations to make sure your process is complaint?
    Is anyone using an automated system like Paychex to keep record?

    We have a blog post up on the site that helps our members understand exactly what they need to do to implement a compliant process – check it out!

    IRS Payroll Deduction Rule: What You Need to Know & How to Ensure Compliance

    #2532

    Emily Barin
    Participant

    As a Relief Fund Senior Advisor, I have the opportunity to witness amazing success when it comes to employee engagement within a Fund. One of the best ways to gain and retain employee engagement is through the use of payroll deduction. It’s simple for the employer and employee, and in this day in age we all appreciate the simple things in life! Check out the blog post and reach out to your Relief Fund Senior Advisor for input!

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Emily Barin.
    #2685

    Jennifer Limon
    Participant

    Fund partners have shared with me that they have experienced an increase in payroll donations by introducing the fund during New Hire Orientation with a call to action. New Hires are excited to start their new job and want to be a part of helping their fellow co-worker. They also use this as an opportunity to educate their new employees about how the fund works so they can apply themselves or refer their fellow co-worker to the fund if the need arises.

    If you do not currently have this in place, try it and let us know your results! It only takes a little to make a big difference!

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