Payroll Deductions Update 2017

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In payroll, we have a tendency to calculate the gross wages of an employee by meticulously following strict laws on what should be or should not be counted as hours worked and taxable financial gain. We have a tendency to pay the worker their check by the payment methodology that's permissible. When it comes to deducting from the employee’s gross wages to achieve the net income, are you also adhering strictly to the rules? Failure to follow the regulations pertaining to employee wage deductions can result insubstantial penalties and interest!

This webinar with expert Dayna Reum will give a general overview of the types of deductions that employers take from an employee’s check. We will review the laws that surround all types of deductions you can take with or without employee consent along with proper calculation of the deductions. Learn how to make your employee payroll deductions in accordance with the law for both federal and state level. 

Session Highlights: 

·  Benefits Deductions

·  Before tax and after tax deductions

·  Cafeteria 125 Deductions

·  Garnishment Deductions

·  Child support limits and beyond

·  Federal and State Tax Levies

·  Creditor Garnishments

·  Taxation

·  Mandatory taxes versus courtesy taxation

·  Employer Deductions

·  Over payments

·  Advances and Employee Loans

·  Non-Cash over payment legality 

·  Cash Drawer Shortage

·  Theft 

·  Uniforms 

Why You Should Attend:

·  Federal and State law reviews are covered

·  Understanding the difference between required tax deduction and tax deductions that the employer are not required to withhold is explained

·  Proper garnishment calculation based on the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act 

·  Howto properly refund before tax deductions

·  What deductions require employee written consent

·  What to be cautious of in regards to employee payroll deductions according to the State DOL

·  Special IRS rules for Loan and Advances given to employees covered

Who Should Attend:

·  Payroll Professionals

·  Accounting Professionals

·  Tax Professionals

·  Benefits Professionals

·  HR Professionals 

·  Controllers

·  Managers


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