This IRS regulatory compliance training will explain the TIN Matching System best practices to eliminate form 1099 reporting errors. It will also provide you the tools to effectively handle B- Notices in order to avoid fines and penalties.
This personal and business tax returns analysis training program will focus on key areas such as 1040 federal tax returns, K-1 forms, and tax code updates and how they affect bank’s clients. It will also discuss the structure of a C corporation, S corporation, and Partnership (including LLC) tax return.
This webinar will discuss common deficiencies that are discovered in compilation and review engagements, as a result of peer review. It will explain the difference between minor deficiencies and major deficiencies. Instructor will discuss how to avoid these common mistakes and what the most common deficiencies are.
This webinar will provide bankers with several advanced tax return concepts and related analyses to help them more effectively work with their business customers. It will discuss corporate tax issues including business structure, Section 179 depreciation, and bonus depreciation as well as employer provided benefits including “qualified retirement plans” and health savings accounts (HSAs).
Attend this webinar to learn how to evaluate the trade compliance risk for your worldwide subsidiaries and how to ensure that your worldwide subsidiaries are adequately managing their trade compliance risk.
This training program will provide the banker with an effective overview of the basics/refresher of accounting. With the tools reviewed in this webinar, the often complex world of accounting will be presented in a straight-forward and useful manner. This is a must for all bankers looking to improve their knowledge of the vital discipline of accounting.
This training program will discuss how to correct Form 941 when an error has been discovered after it has been filed. It will examine when to use Form W-2c to correct the employee’s year-end information after the Form W-2 has been given to the employee as well as before and after the form has been filed with the Social Security Administration. The course will also review how to file an amended return for Form 940.
This training program will discuss how getting rid of the paper can increase your department’s efficiency and decrease overall long term costs. Some of these efforts will involve upfront costs or systems or your time to create and implement while others can be done immediately by taking advantage of improving technology offered by others. But even introducing just a few of them will reduce the paper in your department.
This webinar will enhance your knowledge of SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404) by helping you understand the elements of an internal controls system. Internal controls are a key part of any organization's continued growth, performance and success. With fraud at an all-time high, a well-designed internal control structure will enhance operations by improving your department's overall security and effectiveness. SOX Section 404 mandates that all publicly-traded companies must establish internal controls and procedures for financial reporting and must document, test and maintain those controls and procedures to ensure their effectiveness.
This training on Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA ) will highlight the evolution of the Act and its current regulations. It will also provide attendees practical and effective methods for solid FATCA implementation along with tools for identifying FATCA specific complexities in order to avoid enforcement actions.
Attend this webinar to learn payroll best practices (handling of state taxes, wage and hour law, and garnishments) when an employee lives in one state and works in another, or works in two or more states simultaneously. This Includes determining liability as an employer, reciprocal agreements, resident and nonresident taxation, Form W-4 equivalents, state unemployment insurance, wage and hour law requirements and garnishment withholding.
This webinar covers the IRS Form W-4 for 2019 including the requirements for completing the form properly, handling non-resident aliens, state equivalent forms, record retention and processing the form electronically instead of on paper. We also cover the changes to the 2019 form caused by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and give information on the related anticipated changes to Form W-4 for 2020. We will also discuss best practices for processing more efficiently within the department.
This training program will discuss various aspects of the IRS Form W-2 for 2019. The webinar will cover requirements for completing and filing the form including a box by box explanation. Best practices for completing and reconciling the form, and handling duplicate requests from employees will also be covered. The webinar training will further look at when to use the correction Form W-2c and the latest requirements for the Affordable Health Care Act as it relates to reporting requirements on the form.
This webinar will discuss practical information to ensure compliance with the myriad of changes made to Form 5500 filing requirements. The Instructor will discuss EFAST2 processes and Schedule C disclosures and review changes to the 2014 Form 5500 series reports and 2015 Form 5500-SUP draft instructions. Participants will understand audit requirements and how to handle late deposits.
This training program is designed to ensure that businesses maximize the available deductions for travel and entertainment expenses. It is important to remain current on these regulations as the Internal Revenue Service focuses a fair amount of effort in this area during audits.
This training program will offer participants an understanding of the payroll tax and compliance implications of conducting business within a state. The course will also help determine which state(s) to withhold for when states that have reciprocal agreements or no state income tax are involved.
This training program will help identity frauds that lead to tax refund fraud and discuss funds availability exceptions. It will also discuss common non-post issues, the IRS Opt-In Program and eLeads, refund handling procedures, remedial actions, and suspicious activity reports.
Both clients and tax advisors should be aware of the IRS audit process. This webinar will introduce advisors and clients to factors the IRS considers in selecting an individual for audit, how the IRS obtains information during the audit, and provides you the tools needed to represent the client through IRS appeals.
The new IRS partnership audit rules require all partnership and LLCs taxed as partnerships to amend their partnership agreement and take action now. In this training program, attendees will learn how these rules impact your business and your clients. The session will discuss IRS issues with TEFRA (Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act) and detail the concepts and terms in the Bipartisan Budget Act.