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Payroll Issues in U.S. State Jurisdictions
For certified members, this seminar counts toward 7.5 hours of continuing professional education. Click here to find a date and location in your area.
When processing payroll in multiple states, differences in state laws and regulations present unique challenges to professionals responsible for compliance. Payroll Issues for Multi-State Employers provides the information necessary to maintain compliance in every state in which you pay employees. This intensive, one-day course covers state income tax withholding issues, out-of-state child support withholding orders, residency determinations, fringe benefits issues, and much more.
This seminar is presented with the cooperation of THE AMERICAN PAYROLL ASSOCIATION.
Answers These & Other Tough Multi-State Questions:
- When an employee works in more than one state, to which state(s) should income tax and unemployment insurance tax be paid?
- When an employee doesn't cash their paycheck where are the unclaimed wages reported?
- When an employee's employment relationship ends, how quickly must they be paid?
- Could an employee who telecommutes be subject to the income tax of two states?
- Which states now allow employers to mandate direct deposit or payment by debit card?
- What are the state requirements for call-in time?
Regulations on paying the employee
- Pay frequency requirements
- Timing of payment at termination
- Penalties for noncompliance
- Methods allowed for wage payment
- Direct deposit
- Payroll cards
- Pay statement requirements
- Electronic pay statements
- Abandoned wage (escheat) laws
- Wages owed deceased employees
Wage and hour issues
- State vs. federal occupation exemptions
- State vs. federal white collar exemptions
- Minimum wage laws
- State overtime requirements
- Teenage employees: maximum allowable hours
Who Should Attend?
Payroll professionals, human resources, systems, accounting, and tax professionals who work for organizations with employees in more than one state.