Payroll Compliance Workshop

Payroll Compliance

Payroll is changing…at record speed. Payroll relief – three tax credits and a deferral of payroll deposits – is the major component of the two laws Congress enacted to combat the coronavirus pandemic. You need to become an expert in payroll, because unlocking these credits can make a huge difference in company’s survival.

The Payroll Compliance Workshop covers topics like expense reimbursement…travel pay…the new payroll credits and regulations…preventing IRS/DOL audits…and more. And all the information comes from a true expert, attorney Alice Gilman, editor of Payroll Legal Alert and the Payroll Compliance Handbook.

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Part 1 — Employee Expense Reimbursements

The legal and financial risks of mishandling employee expense reimbursements have spiked in recent years. This section covers:

  • Which payments to employees are subject to payroll tax
  • The expenses you can and can’t reimburse when employees work from home
  • The most common reimbursement mistakes made by employers
  • Whether you should run expense reimbursements through payroll or accounts payable
  • When to use per diems and advanced accounting — and how to account for them

Part 2 — Payroll Update for 2020

Congress enacted two laws—the Families First and CARES Acts—in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Both laws aim directly at payroll and HR departments. And these changes will have a major impact on your HR and payroll operations. The IRS has been issuing directives left and right. Are you in compliance? Learn about:

  • How all the new payroll tax credits and other payroll relief fit together…and how they don’t
  • The new rules that apply to W-4s, W-2s, independent contractors and entertainment expense deductions
  • A new tax credit for paid family leave — and how this credit interacts with the new paid leave credits
  • All the new changes that will impact your Payroll operations for years to come

Part 3 — DOL/IRS Audits

All tax and wage/hour audits depend on the quality of your records. Discover what DOL examiners and IRS auditors look for when they’re combing through your records, and how to minimize the damage (and liability) bad records can bring. This section discusses:

  • What the DOL and IRS look for in your time and pay records
  • How audits are structured
  • How you can minimize the liability of your mistakes
  • Paper vs. electronic records: Both are good, but pitfalls with electronic records can give the DOL or the IRS more insight into your business operations than they’re legally entitled to know

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Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
Payroll Legal Alert

P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If the Payroll Compliance Workshop fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid – no hassles, no questions asked.

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About Your Speaker:


Alice Gilman, Esq., is an expert in payroll and tax compliance who has covered payroll issues for more than 26 years. She's written and edited several leading payroll publications, including Payroll Legal Alert, the Research Institute of America's Payroll Guide, the American Payroll Association's Basic Guide to Payroll and the Payroll Manager's Letter.

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