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Preparing for Payroll Year-End

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This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

Year-end payroll activities can be a challenge. The goal is to successfully navigate closing out the current year and implement changes for the coming year. During this webcast, tax professionals from KPMG LLP and Bloomberg Tax & Accounting are to discuss key aspects of the year-end process. Additionally, KPMG and Bloomberg Tax & Accounting are to discuss a wide-ranging collaborative report for year-end that features an interactive checklist for payroll professionals for use during this busy administrative season.

This discussion will cover:

  • Policy changes and new requirements that need to be implemented before Dec. 31, 2019
  • 2020 by the numbers: A look at changes to limits, thresholds, and rates for the new year
  • Selected areas where employers have gone wrong in past year-end filings and how to mitigate those problems
  • Leading practices to foster compliance not just for year-end, but year-round
  • How the tax-code overhaul can affect payroll in 2020

Educational objectives include:

  • Learn about best practices for year-end payroll
  • Discuss the employer requirements for the new 2020 withholding form
  • Understand Form W-2 basics—checks and balances
  • Learn about the white-collar overtime rule for 2020
  • Discuss multistate reporting and compliance
  • Provide an update on state and local paid leave

Audience: This webcast would be of significant benefit to payroll professionals, CFOs, human resources directors, CPAs, corporate tax staff, and other business and service providers working on payroll year-end.

 

This webinar is a collaboration with KPMG LLP.
This webinar is a collaboration with KPMG LLC.

Presenters

Fred Basehore
  • Senior Manager
  • KPMG LLP

Fred A. Basehore, Jr., CPP, is Senior Manager for KPMG LLP as part of the GMS/Employment Tax Practice, which offers a variety of employment tax/payroll consulting services. Fred, a past American Payroll Association “Payroll Man of the Year,” is a charter member of the APA National Speakers Bureau, teaches many APA courses, and is a long time speaker at the APA Annual Congress. Fred is also a member of the long time Bloomberg Tax Payroll Advisory Board.

Carly Rhodes
  • Senior Manager
  • KPMG LLP

Carly M. Rhodes is a Senior Manager with KPMG LLP’s Washington National Tax Compensation and Benefits group. Carly advises a broad range of clients, authors articles, and instructs trainings in the areas of executive compensation, fringe benefits, equity arrangements, qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation, and M&A issues including section 280G golden parachute rules.

Jazlyn Williams
  • Editor/Writer
  • Bloomberg Tax & Accounting

Jazlyn Williams, editor/writer, primarily covers unemployment insurance and workers' compensation developments for Bloomberg Tax's Payroll publications. She completed her B.A. in English at Duke University with a concentration in creative writing and a minor in Latino Studies.

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.2 CPE, 1.0 General COA, 1.0 RCH
Practice Areas:
Field of Study: Taxes
Level:
Any
Production Date:
11/21/2019