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State Payroll Compliance Issues Featured at Congress Xstream

BY: Lia Coniglio, Esq. | 05/07/20

Congress Xstream, June 2-5, will provide attendees with the information they need to stay in compliance with new and existing state and local payroll laws. There are 28 educational sessions to choose from over four days at Congress Xstream (available on demand until September 5). Here are some focusing on state payroll compliance issues.

Wednesday, June 3

Nexus: How It Impacts Payroll will break down the often-confusing topic of nexus. Learn how nexus impacts state and local income tax withholding, state unemployment insurance reporting, and state wage and hour laws to follow. Attendees will also learn the latest states and localities to offer nexus guidance as a result of COVID-19.

Thursday, June 4

State and local paid sick leave rules have always been challenging from a compliance perspective. In the wake of COVID-19, there are many new rules and regulations to stay on top of, along with new federal requirements and guidance. Paid Sick Leave: From Perk to Mandate will help you understand and comply with the latest developments.

Friday June 5

For anyone who wants to learn more about the 2020 Form W-4 and how it affects state withholding procedures, Federal and State Tax Calculations With the 2020 W-4 Form, is a must. Taught be seasoned payroll professionals, this session will explain the quirks of calculating state withholding when the state still relies on the federal form.

Register for Congress Xstream to receive world class payroll education and much more.

Interested in more state and local payroll coverage? APA’s PayState Update eNewsletter is perfect for you.


Lia Coniglio, Esq., is Managing Editor of PayState Update and Manager of State Payroll Information Resources for the APA.