It’s complicated enough complying with the tax code and the tax withholding requirements for the IRS and one state. But the complication doubles for the multistate employer, as one has to multiply this by 5, 10, 20 or even 40 and keeping track of it all can turn into a payroll department’s worse nightmare.
Multistate taxation requires more rules and regulations to comply with, and if a mistake occurs, one has to multiply the penalties as well. Employees who live in one state and work in another, or work in two or more states simultaneously require special handling by payroll department to ensure that the proper amount of income tax comes out for the correct state. The employer cannot simply tax for the home state and hope to survive an audit. Are you ready to meet these challenges?
Join Vicki M. Lambert for this power-packed session, and discuss the handling of state taxes when an employee lives in one state and works in another, or works in two or more states simultaneously. A payroll professional must know the taxation and reporting requirements for all states where the company has employees working or in some cases, living. Which state gets the SUI tax and which gets the income tax for a non-resident working in the state? Does the state have disability insurance and is it done through an insurance company or through a payroll deduction? Does the state follow the IRS Code for taxing Section 125 plans or not?
Here are the highlights of the session:
Who should attend?
Payroll and human resources professionals who must handle multistate employees
Vicki M. Lambert CPP
Vicki M. Lambert, CPP is President and Academic Director of The Payroll Advisor™ a firm specializing in the training of payroll professionals. With over three decades of hands-on experience in all facets of payroll functions as well as over 20 years as a trainer and author, Ms. Lambert is a sought-after ... More info