IRS B-Notice Compliance: How to Avoid Fines in 2016
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
B-Notices can cost your company large out of pocket costs, especially since the IRS has dramatically increased fines and penalties for violators. How can your accounts payable department effectively respond to B-Notices, while avoiding costly fines and complying with recent changes? Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover:
Recent updates for TIN & B-Notice compliance
How to prevent costly mistakes & avoid fines from the IRS
Keys for TIN Verification: Guidelines for registering
What you need to know about responding to B-Notices
TIN & B-Notice Compliance: Updates for Accounts Payable Depts.
Recent B-Notice policy changes and how they affect you
Important procedures for B-Notice: TIN solicitations
How to validate a W9 form in accordance with regulations
Guidelines to Avoid B-Notices: Keys to Avoid Fines & Penalties
What you need to know about registering for TIN matching
How to react after receiving your first or second B-Notice
Common errors that trigger notices and how to prevent them
Responding to B-Notices: Practical Tips for Protecting Your Company
Keys to avoid costly fines that hurt accounts payable departments
Backup withholding exposure: What you need to know
Strategies for eliminating mistakes and preventing future B-Notices
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Jill Dymtrow is a Director of Client Services with Markit CTI Tax Solutions where she advises financial institutions and multi-national corporations on matters involving domestic and non-resident alien withholding and reporting issues.
Jill has extensive expertise in developing logic to automate both tax due diligence processes as well as reporting processes for clients and was a core member of the team developing Markit CTI Tax Solutions various product offerings.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how to ensure B-Notice compliance and avoid being penalized by the IRS.