Payroll's Guide to Fringe Benefits: How to Comply & Avoid Fines
Recording Price: $199.00
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Fringe benefits have long been one of payroll's biggest headaches. Properly identifying, calculating, taxing, and reporting these benefits is an essential, but confusing, process for any company to tackle. To minimize confusion and ensure that your company remains compliant with the latest IRS reporting guidelines, join us for this live, 60 minute webinar to discover:
Taxation & reporting requirements for commonly provided fringe benefits
Auditing fringe benefits: Keys to pre-empt any outside review
Which benefits are taxable, which are excludable and how to report them
Identifying de minimis: What falls under that category & how to comply
Best Strategies to Comply with the Latest Fringe Benefits Requirements
Determining which benefits are taxable - and which are not
How to handle non-cash benefits: Gift cards, awards, & more
What's new in 2016: Changes to qualified transportation benefits
Navigate the Complicated IRS Rules for Common Fringe Benefits
De Minimis benefits: How to define what falls under this category
Keys to properly tax education and insurance benefits
Fringe Benefits Checklist: Ways to Determine What Benefits You Can Offer
Analyzing travel for tax purposes: Housing, transportation & more
Reimbursement plans: Pitfalls to avoid when offering these benefits
Determining when to withhold & when to report: Rules to follow
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
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.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how payroll can avoid audits and fines by maintaining compliance with fringe benefit taxation and reporting.