When processing payroll in multiple states, differences in state laws and regulations present unique challenges to professionals responsible for compliance. Payroll Issues for Multi-State Employers provides the information necessary to maintain compliance in every state in which you pay employees. This intensive, one-day course covers state income tax withholding issues, out-of-state child support withholding orders, residency determinations, fringe benefits issues, and much more.
Classes are taught at locations around the country.
Please be sure to verify location of your class before purchasing.
A $45 administrative fee will be assessed for each transfer/substitution.
#1 - Illinois: Unemployment Insurance Illinois is the only state that requires employers to file monthly unemployment insurance wage reports. Quarterly wage reporting is good enough for the other states although some states (we're looking at you New Jersey!) have considered changing this.
Find out more about state unemployment insurance requirements at APA's 2015 Payroll Issues Multi-State Employers Course!