APA Provides Insider Look at 2020 Virtual Capital Summit
Special Report: APA’s 2020 Virtual Capital Summit in the May issue of Payroll Currently (Issue 5, Vol. 28) offers an insider look at the latest developments affecting payroll professionals as well as updates from decision makers and federal officials at the association’s three-day virtual event.
On April 22-24, government representatives and industry experts joined together online to provide insight into the latest developments affecting the payroll profession at APA’s Virtual Capital Summit, sponsored by DailyPay. One topic – how federal agencies and employers are coping with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis – was discussed in every session.
COVID-19 News and Updates
Every speaker mentioned the challenges COVID-19 has presented for payroll. From the first session on “Payments in a Pandemic” to the last session on child support, industry experts, payroll professionals, and federal officials shared how to tackle COVID-19 challenges and gave their insight on dealing with the current crisis.
Officials with the IRS, DOL, and USCIS explained the new laws enacted by Congress and the agency regulations they created.
The Special Report also covers information taken directly from government experts at the IRS, SSA, OCSE, DOL, USCIS, and DOJ on a wide range of issues affecting payroll.
Virtual Capital Summit On Demand Through July 24
All the sessions for Virtual Capital Summit are available on demand through July 24. This includes sessions such as “Issues in Early Wage Access” in which there were speakers representing every viewpoint – employer, consumer, and vendor. Attendees can earn up to 10.5 RCHs or 1.05 CEUs.
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Jyme Mariani, Esq., is Managing Editor of Payroll Currently and Payroll Information Resources for the APA.