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Basic Requirements for Certified Payroll

If contractors or payroll providers are dealing with government-funded contracts, they’re required to submit a certified payroll, e.g. Form WH-347.

These are the records that should be shown on a weekly basis to the Federal agency and accordingly, the wages should be paid.

Every document should contain the following:

  1. Employer information.
  2. Workers’ personal data.
  3. Type of classification of the work they do.
  4. Correct hourly rate and quantity of working hours.
  5. Earnings and deductions.

Any federal contract starting from $2,000 requires being in compliance with the WH-347 Form. There is no need to pay for Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) - you or your representative can manage that process.

How to Complete Form WH-347?

Find out how easily you can conclude the file with SignNow’s templates and tools:

  1. Open the file by clicking the Fill&Sign button or the sample above.
  2. Wait for a safe connection, to be sure your personal data is protected.
  3. Using the tools from the list in the right corner, you can add text and set checks where they are required.
  4. A date can be added automatically with the provided tool.
  5. Explore the benefits of SignNow’s e-signature: you can sign the Wage-Hour Form 347 with your finger from any device.
  6. E-mail your form or download for further usage.

The document is available electronically in PDF. It will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. Make sure you check all the details and don’t rush through the process. When signing the template, you must be certain that the information is accurate, otherwise, it may lead to criminal liability.

Like every procedure conducted by wage providers, the calculation and payment of salaries must be accompanied by strict observance of regulatory legal standards, the collection of primary documentation, and the accurate completion of payroll forms.