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Learn how to avoid and correct the most common payroll mistakes professionals make under the FLSA.To error is human, and to forgive is divine, but the United States Department of Labor is not the forgiving type.
Learn how to properly correct errors on your company's qualified retirement plans and minimize penalties.Although sponsors of employee benefit plans are all likely aware of the importance of maintaining their plans in...
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Learn best practices to create a process and procedure for developing payroll audit and reconciliation tools.Most employers have several different types of earnings, fringe benefits, health insurance deductions,...
Gain a better understanding of best practices on when and how to report an incident to OSHA.You will gain a practical and real world understanding of OSHA's reporting requirements.
Take away valuable information to ensure you are handling this complex subject correctly in your own payroll shops.This topic is designed for persons who are responsible for withholding, submitting, reporting and...
Navigating the maze of changes with Form 5500 can leave you lost and helpless without all the important must know information.Employers who offer an employee benefit plan must file an annual report regarding the plan's...
Understand how to identify taxable versus nontaxable fringe benefits and administer them in accordance with the tax code.The tax code is an ever-evolving and changing framework in which employers have to operate when...
Protect yourself from taxation issues when dealing with employees working in multiple states.When having employees working in multiple states it can be difficult to know what to consider to make sure that the correct...
Do you have a year-end payroll check list in place? Ensure that you are in compliance and nothing is missed. Payroll departments should begin to prepare for year-end well before December 31.
Ever wonder what the heck is going on with workers' compensation medical issues? Ever wonder what the heck is going on with workers' compensation medical issues?
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