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Payroll Law Seminar

Seminar: ID# 1003650
Payroll Law Seminar

Agenda

The New Basics Of Payroll Management
  • The high cost of improperly classifying employees
  • Critical steps for new hire reporting - what you must do
  • The most important thing to know about statutory employees
  • Why payroll managers hold more responsibility today than ever before
  • The legal importance of maintaining the distinctions between contract employees and staff
  • What to do if you get an FLSA complaint
Making Sense Of The FLSA
  • The must-do's of FLSA record keeping
  • Exempt vs. nonexempt employees: are you applying the FLSA properly to each?
  • What are your company's responsibilities for travel time, on-call time, and time employees spend waiting on behalf of your company?
  • Are all meetings and training deductible - even those that are primarily vacations?
  • When are exempt employees eligible for overtime?
  • Understanding overlapping federal and state wage and hour laws
  • The important tip credit and what it means to your company's labor costs
  • Comp time — the common illegal practice many companies unknowingly use
Special Pay Considerations: Perks & Benefits
  • When and how to tax fringe benefits such as company cars, club memberships, etc.
  • The legal ramifications of paycheck advances
  • When must prizes won at a company function be taxed?
  • Gone to the Guard for the week — what to do when military pay and your payroll overlap
  • Tips and uniform allowances: what's considered income, what's not?
  • What you're required to pay when an employee is dismissed
  • Compensation and fair market value: what the law says you must do
  • Gifts that must be reported to the IRS
  • Withholding and reporting rules for cash fringe benefits vs. non-cash fringe benefits
Special Circumstances / Special Treatment
  • When to withhold tax - before or after voluntary deductions
  • Payroll procedures that signal trouble to auditors
  • How to correctly follow the tax provision for low income families
  • What is back-up withholding and when should you use it?
  • The critical differences between W-4, W-4P, and W-4S forms
  • Special must-do procedures for employing resident and non-resident aliens
  • How to handle compensation for U.S. employees working abroad
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Payroll Law Seminar
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