Taxing Fringe Benefits: Latest Regulations to Ensure IRS Compliance
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Fringe Benefits can be used as means to increase employee satisfaction and act as an alternate form of compensation. However, fringe benefits must be taxed correctly and included as income. It is vital that you understand what the IRS expects from you when reporting fringe benefits. Are you prepared to handle the changing tax regulations in 2014? Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
Discover the latest reporting requirements for 2014
How to avoid today's most common IRS reporting mistakes
Dealing with non-cash benefits: Keys to withhold, deposit and report
What are the new threshold amounts for benefit plans?
Latest Updates and Requirements for Fringe Benefit Reporting
Taxable vs. non-taxable fringe benefits: Know the difference
How to handle non-cash benefits: Gift cards, awards, & more
Transportation, relocation, & moving expenses: What counts as income?
Essentials for identifying De Minimis benefits
Managing Complicated Benefit Issues: What You Need to Know
Techniques to improve recordkeeping according to reporting requirements
From company cars to commuting: What benefits can you offer?
Discover new dollar limits for benefits plans in 2014
How "Affordable Care Act" affects benefit planning
Sticky IRS Rules: Tips to Reduce Errors & Stay Compliant
How to decipher confusing insurance & benefits issues
Analyzing travel for tax purposes: Housing, transportation & more
Answers to relocation, transportation & moving expense questions
Live Q&A Session: Have your fringe benefit questions answered on the spot
About The Speaker
Stefan Smith has extensive experience in employee benefits and executive compensation law.
He works with both public and private entities to establish and ensure the continued compliance of tax-qualified defined contribution and defined benefit retirement plans, including 401(k)/profit sharing plans, traditional defined benefit plans, money purchase plans, employee stock ownership plans, and cash balance plans.
In this 60-minute program, hear the latest taxing fringe benefits in order to comply with IRS rules and regulations.