Staying Informed on Payroll Regulations

The webinar, Staying Informed on Payroll Regulations, will provide an overall review of expected changes for 2013, with highlights of expiring regulations affecting the payroll. Emerging trends from the IRS and various states will be briefly discussed along with details on why constant monitoring is necessary for future planning, including the outlook for additional FUTA taxes for 2012 and beyond.

Watch the recording above to learn how to prepare your business for 2013.

You will learn from the presentation:

  • The impact on Federal withholding tables and the expiring tax cuts
  • What legislative/procedural changes will affect your business in 2013?
  • Expected changes to Forms 941 for 2013 for the new Medicare tax.
  • Outlook for 2012 for FUTA Credit Reduction States (Title XII)
  • Tipped employee guidance and clarification on gratuities
  • IL monthly reporting of wages….precedent for other states?

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Webinar Details

Larry Marquess

Recorded Wed., October  24
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)

About The Presenter:

Nadine Hughes

Nadine Hughes, CPP is the Vice President of Tax Services at CompuPay, A BenefitMall Company with over 25 years of experience with payroll taxes. She has a BS Degree in Education from the University of Maine and obtained her Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) designation in 1990. Nadine is a member of the American Payroll Association (APA), National Payroll Reporting Consortium (NPRC), and a past member of the IRS Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee (IRPAC). She is a long-time contributor to APA on various committees such as Hotline Referral, and Government Affairs. She is currently in a leadership role for the APA Government Affairs Task Force Subcommittee on SSA Wage Reporting Redesign and the Secretary of NPRC. She lives with her family in Weston, FL.

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