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State tax rules covering traveling employees can be daunting, and a number of states impose withholding obligations on employers who send employees into their state for even one day—even if the employee resides in a foreign country. This can become an even bigger problem when the employee retires, since many states impose tax on deferred compensation, regardless of whether the employee lives in the taxing state.

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Employers often provide travel advances, business expense reimbursement, or use of company property to employees. Employee expense reimbursement is one of the targets of a current IRS audit initiative.

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Join Bloomberg Tax for a free webinar to discover key resources addressing the still incomplete implementation of the recent tax code overhaul for payroll.

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  •  General COA, 1.0 RCH

The new tax law brought many changes for payroll professionals in 2018. However, as the year-long time period the Treasury Department was given to implement its provisions comes to an end, much of the work on the payroll aspects of the reform is still to come.

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  •  General COA, 1.0 RCH

New laws continue to bring many changes for payroll professionals in 2019. Changes to wage and hour administration at both the federal and state level are expected to continue in 2019, including a new overtime rule. 

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  •  General COA, 1.0 RCH

May 21 is the deadline to submit comments on proposed rulemaking that would raise the salary threshold for certain white-collar workers to be exempt from minimum-wage and overtime-pay requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act.  However, potential federal rulemaking to revise existing requirements has been in the news since 2016, causing some confusion about the status of current rules, what changes could occur under proposed rules, when any changes would take effect, what effect these changes could have on state requirements and what any changes would mean for payroll departments. The current proposal, which was issued in March, could affect not only the white-collar salary threshold, but also certain pay requirements for highly compensated employees, and thresholds for U.S. territories and those working in the movie industry. Overtime requirements are challenging. This webinar aims to offer clarity on what the rulemaking means and what comes next.

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Employers around the world need to comply with social tax obligations, and a crucial component of successful compliance is keeping up to date with changes to countries’ social tax systems. This webinar will elaborate upon social tax changes that have occurred in 2019 in some of the world’s most populous and economically prominent countries: Brazil, Canada, China, France, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 General COA, 1.0 RCH

July 1 is the deadline to submit comments on the proposed revisions included in the first draft of the 2020 Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. This webinar aims to offer clarity on what the new draft form and additional withholding calculations mean and what comes next.

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  •  1.0 General COA, 1.0 RCH

A key attribute of the payroll profession is the ability to secure employee and company data. Those payroll obligations are increasingly under attack as cybercriminals develop new ways to dupe the unsuspecting into giving up private information or redirecting payroll funds.

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