University Payroll and Tax Services
PO Box 113201 | Suite 1250, East Campus Office Building | Gainesville, FL 32611-3201
Phone: (352) 392-1231 | Fax: (352) 846-0166
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University Payroll and Tax Services provides support for University of Florida staff navigating the payroll process and tax laws while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal agencies’ laws and regulations.
Pay period begin and end dates, Time & Labor close dates, pay dates, Human Resources deadlines, as well as other information critical to Time & Labor approvers, processors, and new employees.
Information about Form W-2—including procedures to consent to receive your W-2 electronically and to request a copy of your W-2—as well as relevant payroll tax law updates and information related to claiming an exemption from federal withholding.
How account codes translate to chartfield strings, where payroll costs are recorded in the general ledger, and the Payroll Distribution Listserv.
Self-move expense reimbursements, criteria required in accounting for and determining qualified moving expenses, and reporting of any resulting taxable income to the employee.
Information about and procedures for hiring a foreign national for employment, or as an independent contractor or honorarium recipient. Also, information concerning providing a scholarship/fellowship/award to a foreign national, or making a payment to foreign corporations performing services in the U.S.
Includes UF’s direct deposit requirement as well as instructions for changing your existing account, adding an account in My Self Service, and establishing direct deposit with multiple accounts.
How to view your paycheck and understand paycheck codes including earnings, deductions and taxes.
Includes current and historical pooled fringe benefit rates reflecting the employer’s annual costs of taxes and benefits for various employee groups. For more information, see UF HRS’ Fringe Benefits Pool page.
Including Florida sales and use tax, unrelated business income tax, and estimating gross-up.
Reference guides, checklists and tools for use by department payroll processors and approvers for time and labor processes, including PeopleSoft navigation guides for new employees and for payroll processors.
The Twelve Month Payment Option is open to all faculty members on a nine-month academic year appointment. It is an optional program designed as a savings method to help bridge the gap between the nine-month work year and the desire to have twelve months of income.