Plan Ahead for
APA's popular Preparing for Year-End series ramps up this year with 50 in-person classes nationwide beginning in October. The course is designed to reduce the risk of noncompliance penalties by addressing the complex compliance issues of year-end payroll processing.
Preparing for Year-End and 2016 will deliver up-to-date information on the latest changes in legislation and regulations that will affect your processes as you close out 2015 and begin 2016. The topics covered during this course will feature year-end processing tips, year-end forms, fringe benefit taxation and reporting, and implementing new tax laws and regulations.
Beginning October 29, Preparing for Year-End and 2016 will also 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 November 11.
It's never too early to plan for year-end -- register for Preparing for Year-End and 2016 today!
Free eBook Gives Critical
Global Compliance Guidelines
Available as a free resource for members, through the sponsorship of Workday, APA is proud to offer the eBook Guide to Global Payroll Management.
This free resource allows you to search keywords, jump to specific content, print pages, share on social media, and much more.
Inside, you'll find detailed information on:
Guide to Global Payroll Management
- U.S. immigration law and visa requirements, including the latest I-9 changes
- Detailed summaries of current U.S. tax treaties and totalization agreements
- Essential IRS international forms and tables
- Website listings for global payroll research
- Canadian payroll basics
- Country-by-country payroll tax summaries
provides critical compliance guidelines vital to those responsible for managing and administering payrolls across international borders. Whether you need current information on international benefits or need to find out how to teat payments made to nonresident aliens working in the U.S., this eBook has the answers.Download your free copy
Instill Payroll Essentials
APA's Payroll Practice Essentials will cover fundamental pay calculations through hands-on exercises and complex pay calculations and concepts.
Participants will come away from this three-day program 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 2015 -- register for Payroll Practice Essentials!
Pay Pros Benefit From
Up-to-the-Minute News Videos
APA's Pay News Now video segments allow payroll professionals to watch the latest federal, state, and local news and information on the payroll and AP industries as it happens.
From decreases in Michigan's unemployment insurance taxable wage base to issues regarding commuter benefits, viewers are the first to learn the payroll news that will impact them on a local, regional, or national level.
Don't let important regulatory and legislative changes pass you by -- watch Pay News Now!
It Pays to Know
The late 1800s saw the introduction of the time clock as U.S. workers began getting paid by the number of hours worked rather than by the number of days or increments of days. Time clocks replaced time keepers who had been posted at the doors of many factories.
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.
Crossword Solution Now Available
Your August/September PAYTECH crossword puzzle answers are now available. Crosswords are published bimonthly in PAYTECH, with subsequent answers available in that month’s PAYTECHonline.