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Payroll Taxes and 1099 Issues: Everything You Need to Know (130-15)
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The effective date of the new accounting standard for revenue recognition is fast approaching! With the issuance of FASB ASU No. 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, FASB has completed a convergence project with the IASB to improve financial reporting by creating common revenue recognition guidance for U.S. GAAP and IFRS.

11/5/2015
When: 11/5/2015
7:30 AM - 3:45 PM
Where: UACPA Training Facility
136 S Main Street, Suite 510
Salt Lake City, Utah  84101
United States
Presenter: Pamela Davis-Vaughn
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634


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This course is designed to provide you with practical pointers for managing the payroll tax and reporting function. Learn how to avoid the frequent penalties in payroll tax reporting and stay up-to-date with the latest information. It also shows how to handle reporting and withholding requirements for employee fringe benefits. Master the often confusing rules for Form 1099-MISC and other information reports including when and how much to report. Make sure you or your clients are in compliance and not subject to IRS penalties!

Objectives:

Prepare timely and accurate wage and tax reports.
Make timely and accurate payroll tax deposits and payments.
Correctly classify employees and independent contractors for payroll tax purposes.
Address payroll tax issues involving fringe benefits and their valuation.
Identify and properly withhold for statutory employees and statutory non-employees.
Comply with information reporting including the various 1099 Forms and Form W-2.
Properly report required information for new hires and obtain required information on work eligibility and identity.
Properly report back employee wages and back-up reporting of independent contractors.
Properly determine taxable vs. tax free compensation..

 

Major Subjects:

Update on new changes made to payroll tax legislation for the current year including changes in health care laws
Review of various websites, forms, publications and other payroll and benefit tax resources
Properly reporting payroll withholding for various types of compensation
Understanding the 20 Factor Test for employee classification
Section 530 relief for employers with worker classification issues
Reporting requirements on a quarterly and annual basis
Understanding New Hire Reporting and latest changes in I-9 Reporting to verify employee identity and work eligibility
Forms W-2 and W-3 Issues
How to properly classify employee benefit tax liabilities

 

Designed for:

CPAs in industry and public accounting responsible for the payroll tax function or those CPAs advising clients on payroll tax issues.

 

Prerequisite: 

Working knowledge of payroll tax issues or payroll type functions.

 

Advanced Prep: None

 

Speaker: Pamela Davis-Vaughn

Vendor: AICPA

Field of Study: Tax

Level: Intermediate

CPE Credit: 8 Hours

Acronym: GPT

 

 
Registration Fees:                           
Members                
Nonmembers     
Earlybird (through 10/22) 
$257 $340
Standard (after 10/22)
$285 $340

 

AICPA Members receive an additional $30 off the price of this course. Use promo code AICPA8 at checkout to receive the discount.

 

Meet the Speaker:

 Pamela J. Davis-Vaughn is a general practitioner providing accounting, tax, and consulting services to clients across the United States from her office in Painted Post, New York. She has designed and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in state and local tax at Texas universities, including Baylor and Texas Tech, and has been a highly rated speaker at the Controller’s Roundtable, a sponsored event for controllers of automobile dealerships in Texas. In addition to her accounting practice, Pam and her husband, Darryl, are owners of One Main Place Farms, an organic farming operation located in upstate New York.

Pam has over 25 years of experience in both public and private accounting sectors. Her public experience ranges from a Big Four firm where she assisted several Fortune 500 companies in restructuring their operations to provide state income and franchise tax savings, participated on the mergers and acquisitions team, and served as the Southwest Area Employment Tax practice leader to providing tax consulting services for closely held businesses of a 16-partner, 100-staff Dallas CPA firm. Her experience in the private sector as CFO of a Dallas based manufacturer servicing the telecom industry and Tax and Accounting Manager of a large independent oil and gas company provides her with significant insight into the challenges faced by those practicing in industry.

Pam holds a BS degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Kansas, an MBA from Wichita State University, and has completed post-graduate work in International Tax at New York University. She holds a license to practice in Kansas, Texas, and New York.

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