To: University and UNC System Office Employees From: Walter Miller, Director of Payroll Services Dear University or UNC System Office Employee, Your tax year 2019 Form W-2 is now available in the ConnectCarolina Self Service menu. Remember that 2-Step Verification … Continued
No two days are the same for Payroll Manager Stephanie Kidd and the rest of the Payroll staff. The former UNC Marching Tar Heel and Carolina grad is true blue and has made UNC her work home for her entire … Continued
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will update the Federal Form W-4 Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate. To comply with the form redesign, the University will need to update the current W-4 format in ConnectCarolina Self Service. While the new W-4 form is being updated in ConnectCarolina Self Service, neither federal W-4 nor NC-4 state tax forms will be available in Self Service as both are accessed from the same page.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will update the Federal Form W-4 Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate. To comply with the form redesign, the University will need to update the current W-4 format in ConnectCarolina Self Service.
Dear University or UNC System Office Employee, More than 8,000 employees have taken advantage of paperless W-2 forms as part of an effort to provide a more secure and sustainable distribution process. You can opt out of receiving a paper … Continued
UNC-Chapel Hill has been informed that UNC Healthcare will soon be retiring the UNC Healthcare Dual Employment policy.
The employer retirement contribution rates have been communicated to us by the North Carolina Teachers and State Retirement System (TSERS)
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has implemented a formal procedure for the recovery of funds in employee overpayment situations. Overpayments occur when employees receive compensation in error.
This memorandum is an annual notice explaining the method used to calculate biweekly regular pay for SHRA Permanent Staff. While biweekly pay is based on an employee’s annual salary for the fiscal year (July 1 to June 30), the 26 biweekly payrolls cover a different time period than the University’s fiscal year.
For tomorrow’s biweekly 25 payday, employees will be able to view paystubs via employee Self-Service beginning on payday.