Form W-4 & W-2 : All You Need To Know

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It's important that you as a taxpayer start givingyour form W-2, W-4 a second look. The form W-4 is the form that youcomplete and give to your employer – not the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) –so that your employer can figure how much federal income tax to withhold fromyour pay.

You typically fill out a form W-4 when you start a new job.Some employers will also ask you to complete a new form W-4 at the beginning ofeach year. You may also, on your own, want to fill out a new form W-4 when yourpersonal or financial situation changes. Examples might include gettingmarried, having children, landing a promotion tied to a raise or picking up asecond job.

Form W-4 and Form W-2 are critical forms that all companieshave to provide to their employees and the IRS has specific laws on how theyshould be handled and distributed. Additionally, these laws change and it isimportant to keep yourself updated. 

Join us in this webinar by Dayna Reum toreview potential recent updates and discuss any concerns around properprocessing according to the IRS.

Key Features of Conference

.  Understandingthe requirements around Form W-4 and how an employer can be at risk

.  IRSForm W-4 change requirements and how it effects you as an employer

.  Employernotification requirements and important deadlines for both Form W-4 and FormW-2

.  Discussionon what makes the Form W-4 invalid

.  Lockin letters from the IRS and how to handle them

.  FormW-2 Box by box explanation

.  IRSreporting requirements

.  Reviewbest practices and pointers to make reconciliation easier

Who should attend this conference:

.  Payrollprofessionals

.  Humanresources Personnel

.  AccountingPersonnel

.  BusinessOwners

.  Lawmakers

.  Attorneys

.  Anyindividual or entity that must deal with the complexities and technicalities ofthe payroll process when it comes to processing and issuing Forms W-2 and W-4

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