Volunteers Wanted for Hotline Referral Service
APA is calling for members to volunteer for the Hotline Referral Service. This service is available for members to receive answers to their payroll questions by connecting to fellow member volunteers who specialize in a variety of payroll subjects via online or by telephone. Payroll professionals can ask about 401(k), best practices, child support, IRS dealings, and much more.
Members can submit a question online or contact APA Membership Services at (210) 224-6406 to obtain a referral to a Hotline volunteer.
What are you waiting for? Volunteer for the Hotline today!
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in the True North
Payroll in Canada is a five-day course that offers a spectrum of knowledge about how the Great White North processes payroll.
Learn how to determine federal and provincial withholding requirements, understand employment and labor standards for paid time off for employees, and complete year-end requirements. Attendees can earn up to 29 RCHs, 2.9 CEUs, or 34 CPE credits.
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Payroll Administration in the United Kingdom
Learn about U.K. payroll through this five-day class. This course covers topics including:
- How the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) income tax program impacts payroll processing
- Compliance issues caused by National Insurance Contributions (NICs)
- arious statutory time-off requirements (sick, maternity, paternity pay, and more)
- The new apprenticeship levy
Attendees can earn up to 29 RCHs, 2.9 CEUs, or 34 CPE credits.
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It Pays to Know
The early 1950s gave birth to the first generation of business computers, the UNIVAC (Universal Automatic Computer). Later in the decade, the big computer was used by large employers such as New York City to produce their payrolls.
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.