Continuing Education

2017 Employment Tax Year In Review [FREE RCH] – December 5th

From natural disasters to Form W-2 changes and unprecedented state tax developments, 2017 has proven to be eventful and challenging for payroll and human resources professionals. For this reason we have again expanded our annual employment tax year in review webcast to 1.5 hours to give adequate time to these important topics. Join us and hear our team of Ernst & Young LLP professionals discuss the federal, state and local payroll/employment tax developments and trends that are shaping the goals and priorities of businesses as they close the year and prepare for 2018. Sign up now to learn about: 2017 and 2018 rates and limits Form W-2 reporting and other federal tax and reporting changes State Form 1099 reporting update 2017 unemployment insurance trends and developments Other state an...

EY FREE WEBCAST | ACA, benefits reporting and equal pay update – 1.5 RCH credits

Affordable Care Act series: Recent developments involving ACA, executive compensation, and other important compliance changes for employers Although lawmakers have shifted focus from “Repeal and Replace” of ACA to tax reform, employers should not lose sight of several ongoing government compliance initiatives involving employee benefits. Recently released IRS FAQs on employer responsibilities under ACA indicate the Service is moving forward with compliance efforts that could potentially result in penalty notices and audits. At the same time, various other IRS compliance and enforcement initiatives are also under way which should be addressed within the HR, Benefits and Tax functions of most organizations. Please join our panel of Ernst & Young LLP professionals as we discuss these deve...

MN Business Tax Education Partnership – Upcoming Seminar [FREE]

The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Bloomington, Minnesota for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, the United States Department of Labor, and Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax basics (withholding, depositing and reporting) Unemployment Insurance (tax rates, wage reporting, benefit account issues) Federal Labor Standards (wage and hour) Workers’ Compensation Insurance (requirements) Seminar Date ...

2017_11: 2017 Year-End Information and 2018 Changes [St. Cloud]

Year-End Information and 2018 Changes This 1/2 day training session will help prepare you for a successful year-end. Who should attend: Human Resource, Accounting, Payroll staff and anyone else that works on year-end or that needs to know what is or is not taxable. Because year-end only comes around once a year, a refresher class is a must for anyone responsible for completing year-end. Agenda: 1. Taxable Income 2. Principle of Constructive Payment 3. Taxable and Nontaxable Compensation 4. Other Employer Provided Benefits 5. Withholding and Reporting Rules 6. Box by Box Instructions for 2017 Form W-2 7. Decision Chart for Retirement Box 8. Changes for FICA and Supplemental Rates 9. Changes for Per Diem Rates 10. Changes for Mileage Rates 11. Changes for Retirement Plans 12. Changes for Qua...

MN Business Tax Education Partnership – Upcoming Seminar [FREE]

The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Bloomington, Minnesota for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, the United States Department of Labor, and Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax basics (withholding, depositing and reporting) Unemployment Insurance (tax rates, wage reporting, benefit account issues) Federal Labor Standards (wage and hour) Workers’ Compensation Insurance (requirements) Seminar Date ...

MN Business Tax Education Partnership – Upcoming Seminar [FREE]

The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Stillwater, Minnesota for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, the United States Department of Labor, and Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax basics (withholding, depositing and reporting) Unemployment Insurance (tax rates, wage reporting, benefit account issues) Federal Labor Standards (wage and hour) Workers’ Compensation Insurance (requirements) Seminar Date a...

Continuing Education: Employment Tax Seminar in Sauk Rapids

The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, the United States Department of Labor, and Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax basics (withholding, depositing and reporting) Unemployment Insurance (tax rates, wage reporting, benefit account issues) Federal Labor Standards (wage and hour) Workers’ Compensation Insurance (requirements) Seminar Date ...

(FREE WEBCAST) Disaster Relief Employer Considerations – 1.0 RCH

Tuesday, 19 September 2017 11:00 a.m. your local time Duration: 60 minutes With two devastating hurricanes impacting the U.S since August, many employers are considering polices for providing disaster relief to their employees.  Questions naturally arise as to the tax impact of disaster relief to businesses and employees and how best to leverage special IRS rules that may apply. To assist payroll, human resources and tax professionals with their disaster relief planning and implementation, we have brought together a team of Ernst & Young LLP professionals to share their insights. This is part of our webcast series on disaster relief and recovery. Sign up now to learn about: How FEMA declarations affect the tax treatment of disaster benefits Special tax relief available for Hurricanes H...

(FREE WEBCAST) Work Opportunity Tax Credit – Planning For The Future – 1.0 RCH

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit provides job opportunities to disadvantaged workers and a tax credit for you! Thursday, September 7, 2017 1:00 to 2:00 PM eastern The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act) extended the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) through December 2019. While tax reform legislation could have an impact on the program, the WOTC currently provides businesses with the opportunity to lower their federal income tax liability and provide job opportunities in the communities in which they operate. Join us for a discussion around the current WOTC legislative environment and hear from Ernst & Young LLP professionals on how your business can effectively leverage this program. Sign up now to learn about: WOTC and tax reform – legislative update and ou...

Continuing Education: MN UI & Withholding Tax Seminar

Representatives from the Minnesota Department of Revenue and the Unemployment Insurance Program will be holding a seminar in two locations: Mankato & Worthington. The presentation is an overview of withholding tax and unemployment insurance and will provide information you need to comply with state tax laws in these areas. Withholding Tax topics: Voluntary Disclosure Program Employer Resources Withholding Tax Requirements e-Services System File and Pay Responsibilities Unemployment Insurance (UI) topics: Unemployment Insurance Requirements Independent Contractor or Employee? Quarterly Wage Detail Reporting Tax Rate Determinations Costly Mistakes Employers Make How to Control UI Costs Who should attend? Business owners, bookkeepers, and accountants who need a working knowledge of Withho...

MN Business Tax Education Partnership Seminar (Cambridge)

The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Cambridge, Minnesota for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association, and the United States Department of Labor. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax withholding, depositing and reporting Unemployment Insurance New hire reporting rules Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) employee verification requirements Workers’ Compensation Insurance State and Federal Labor standar...

FREE RCH – MN Business Tax Education Partnership (Brooklyn Center)

Are you meeting all of your employment tax obligations? The Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership is holding a seminar in Brooklyn Center for employers and their representatives who are interested in information on state and federal employment taxes and other employer responsibilities. The seminar will be presented by experts from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Insurers Association, and the United States Department of Labor. Seminar content will include information on: Worker status (independent contractor vs employee) Employment Tax withholding, depositing and reporting Unemployment Insurance New hire reporting rules Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) employee verification requirements Workers’ Com...

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