APA Provides Insider Look at 2019 Capital Summit
Special Report: APA’s 2019 Capital Summit in the April issue of Payroll Currently (Issue 4, Vol. 27) offers an insider look at the latest trends and compliance news from decision makers and federal officials at the association’s two-day event.
On March 25-26, government representatives and industry experts came together in Washington, D.C., to provide insight into the latest developments affecting the payroll profession at the APA’s Capital Summit. This year, almost every session touched on two topics: the gig economy and on-demand pay.
The Gig Economy
As the gig economy expands in the employment marketplace, legislators and regulators are beginning to take a serious look at policy shifts with potential impacts on payroll management. Read experts’ opinions on the gig economy phenomenon, including experts from the IRS, OCSE, and the public sector.
On-demand pay is the newest development in paying employees. Simply defined, on-demand pay means that employers can give their employees faster access to their pay, such as the ability to pay employees daily. The IRS, OCSE, and software developers weigh in on the impact of this new trend.
The Special Report also covers information taken directly from government experts at the IRS, SSA, OCSE, DOL, USCIS, DHS, and DOJ. A panel of APA’s representatives on IRS advisory committees also shared their experience.
Be sure to mark your calendars to attend next year’s Capital Summit on March 16-17, 2020, in Washington, D.C.
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