Obtain the Tools
You Need for YE Close
The APA's popular Preparing for Year-End series ramps up this year with 50 in-person classes nationwide beginning in October. The courses are designed to reduce the risk of noncompliance penalties by addressing the complex compliance issues of year-end (YE) payroll processing.
Preparing for Year-End and 2017 will deliver up-to-date information on the latest changes in legislation and regulations that will affect your processes as you close out 2016 and begin 2017. The topics covered during this course include year-end processing tips, year-end forms, fringe benefit taxation and reporting, and implementing new tax laws and regulations.
Beginning October 26, Preparing for Year-End and 2017 also will be available as a four-part webinar series. Attendees will receive the same great year-end training in a convenient format they can watch from home or the office. The webinars will be available on demand after November 11.
It's never too early to plan for year-end -- register for Preparing for Year-End and 2017 today!
Nab Your Copy
of a Free APA e-Book
Payroll taxes and employment law can cost you money. Learn what you need to know!
Understanding Your Pay, a free e-book provided by the American Payroll Association, is a valuable resource for new employees and for employees returning to the workforce. This resource will make your employees more knowledgeable and may help reduce the volume of inquiries coming into the payroll department.
Global Cash Card is proud to make this resource available for free from the APA.
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Instill Payroll Essentials
The APA's Payroll Practice Essentials classes cover fundamental pay calculations through hands-on exercises and explores complex pay calculations and concepts.
Participants will come away from virtual classroom with the payroll knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to produce accurate paychecks, ensure payroll compliance, and improve overall job performance.
Don't miss your chance to be part of the final programs for 2016 -- register for Payroll Practice Essentials!
It Pays to Know
During World War I, many workers supported the war effort by buying Liberty Bonds through payroll deductions. After the war, the deduction framework was adapted to allow employees to direct a portion of their pay to savings banks.
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.