Revamped Fall Forum
More Compelling Than Ever
APA's three-day Fall Forum, set for September 23-25 in Orlando, Florida, will feature new content this year to increase its value for attendees.
In addition to receiving real-world solutions to the unending demands of improving their operation's efficiency, attendees will experience the all new "APA Talks" with industry experts, benefit from five informative general sessions, discover the results of the comprehensive Mercer Payroll Benchmarking Survey, and see which organizations received coveted Prism Awards.
Discover what makes the world's top payroll and accounts payable organizations successful -- register for Fall Forum.
Don't Lose Your Congress RCHs
Make sure you receive the Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs) you earned at the 2015 Annual Congress. To officially validate your RCHs, you first need to complete your online Congress Evaluation. If you have not yet done so, here's all you have to do:
Using your APA ID, log in to www.americanpayroll.org and click on the "See My Emails" button.
Find the Congress Evaluation email sent to you on May 18 and follow the links to complete your online evaluation. Thank you, in advance, for your feedback.
After submitting your completed evaluation, you'll receive your online letter confirming your Congress RCHs. Please print this validation document for your records.
If you need assistance, please email APA Membership Services or call 210-224-6406.
Supercharge Your Payroll
Library With One Book
The Payroll Source® provides the essential information you need to keep your company in compliance with the federal laws and regulations that affect your payroll operations. As a comprehensive payroll text, this book eliminates the need to refer to multiple sources seeking answers to your payroll questions.
The book details all aspects of payroll administration, from the most fundamental forms and regulations through the most complex benefits taxation and reporting. The Payroll Source is also a proven study tool to prepare for the Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) exam.
Boost your payroll library -- order your copy!
It Pays to Know
The invention of the commercial typewriter in the 1870s helped generate many office jobs and a strong demand for typists, stenographers, and bookkeepers. By 1900, more than half of all U.S. business school students were women.
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Source: The History of Payroll in the U.S.