Other Web Sites of Value to Employers
This list offers other web sites that have helpful information for employers. The list is provided for filer information only, and in no way implies an endorsement of these products or services by the Social Security Administration.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Created as a separate bureau by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, USCIS allows the DHS to improve the
administration of benefits and immigration services for applicants by exclusively focusing on immigration and citizenship services.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
The IRS is organized to carry out the responsibilities of the secretary of the Treasury under section 7801 of the Internal Revenue
Code. The IRS assists America's taxpayers by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities.
Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE)
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is
responsible for federal programs that promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities.
Small Business Administration (SBA)
The Small Business Administration aids, counsels, assists and protects the interests of small businesses and by
helping families and businesses recover from national disasters. www.sba.gov
Online Women's Business Center - Information for Women Business Owners
The Office of Women's Business Ownership and the Online Women's Business Center assist women achieve their dreams and
improve their communities by helping them start and run successful businesses, regardless of social or financial disadvantage, race,
ethnicity or business background. www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/onlinewbc/index.html
U. S. Business Advisor
Business.gov is the official business link to the U.S. Government. It was developed to provide better customer
service for small businesses interacting with the Federal Government.
The American Payroll Association
The American Payroll Association is a nonprofit association dedicated to
the professional society for payroll professionals. The association’s objectives
are to increase the payroll professional's skill level through education
and mutual support, to obtain recognition for payroll work as practiced
in today's business and legislative environments and as a professional discipline,
to represent the payroll professional on the federal, state and local level,
and to provide public service education on payroll and employment issues.
The National Association of Computerized Tax Processors
The National Association of Computerized Tax Processors is a nonprofit
association that represents tax processing software and hardware developers,
electronic filing processors, tax form publishers, and tax processing
service bureaus. The association promotes standards in tax processing
and works closely with the IRS and state governments to promote efficient
and effective tax filing. The association also advocates private sector
solutions to government tax processing technology requirements. www.nactp.org
National Payroll Reporting Consortium, Inc.
The National Payroll Reporting Consortium, Inc., is a non-profit trade association of organizations that provide
highly automated payroll processing and employment tax services to employers. NPRC members serve more than 800,000 employers with a
combined total of more than 35 million employees, over one-third of the private sector workforce.
Hacienda is a web page where employers/filers who submit between 15 and 250 reports can log on to report their