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Both Congress Xstream and Virtual Congress Feature COVID-19 Sessions

BY: Curtis E. Tatum, Esq. | 05/27/20

Both Congress Xstream: An Online Conference & Expo, June 2-5, and Virtual Congress & Expo, June 24-25, will provide attendees with the information they need to stay in compliance with new payroll requirements imposed in response to COVID-19. Both conferences are available on demand after the live dates.

While many sessions will touch upon the impact of the coronavirus on payroll, the COVID-19 sessions will specifically discuss the payroll-related provisions of recently enacted laws and the subsequent regulations and agency guidance. One session at Congress Xstream will provide an introduction to the new requirements as part of a broader presentation on payroll changes this year, and a Virtual Congress session is dedicated entirely to COVID-19 issues for a more in-depth discussion. Here are the details of those sessions.

Tuesday, June 2, 12:30-1:30 p.m. EDT

The educational session, Payroll Changes in 2020 and Beyond, will provide an overview of some of the major compliance issues facing payroll in 2020, including a brief overview of new COVID-19-related requirements.

Thursday, June 25, 4:30-6:00 p.m. EDT

The educational session, Complying With Coronavirus-Related Payroll Changes, will explain specific compliance requirements of COVID-19 legislation and related guidance to implement that legislation.

Register for Congress Xstream to receive world class payroll education and much more. Access to Virtual Congress & Expo is included with a Congress Xstream registration. On-demand access to all 28 educational workshops, four general sessions, two industry expert presentations, a special IRS presentation, and more is available until September 5, 2020.

There is also an option to register for Virtual Congress & Expo separately. On-demand access to the 12 educational workshops, three general sessions, and a Thought Leadership session is available through September 25, 2020.

To learn more about federal and state laws, regulations, and information to keep your company's payroll operations in compliance, check out Payroll Source Plus!

Curtis E. Tatum, Esq., is Director of Federal Payroll Compliance for the APA.