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Payroll Update 2016
Payroll Update 2016: New Paperwork, New Laws and Required Changes
Are you ready for these changes?
The payroll landscape is changing again—and smart moves in the coming months will help you avoid big trouble (and big fines) down the road.
For example, your due date for e-filing W-2s with the Social Security Administration is only days away. As stressful as this is right now, next year will be much worse. All your W-2s (and 1099-MISC forms, too) must be filed on Jan. 31, the same day they're due to employees and independent contractors. That means you'll have a lot less wiggle room for errors. How should you prepare?
With Payroll Update 2016: New Paperwork, New Laws and Required Changes, you'll find out what you must do (and NOT do) this year to stay in compliance with federal and state payroll laws from payroll expert Alice Gilman, Esq., editor of Payroll Legal Alert and Payroll Compliance Handbook.
This timely webinar recording will teach you:
This 75-minute training session gives you practical, easy-to-understand solutions to the complex payroll issues you'll face throughout the year.
Payroll mistakes can be costly… in terms of dollars and upper management's belief in the payroll department. Never again wonder "Am I doing it right?" Learn how to comply with confidence and avoid the IRS's heat. Get your copy of Payroll Update 2016 now!
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