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Receive Expert Advice on Preparing for Year-End and 2021

BY: Cynthia Crise | 10/05/20

Join the American Payroll Association (APA) for our upcoming virtual #PayNews chat as we discuss preparing for year-end and 2021 on Thursday, October 8 at 3 p.m. ET. The hour-long discussion will be hosted by Jim Medlock, CPP, and Karen Salemi, CPP.

They will share their insights with you on the following questions:

  1. What will be the most significant change to your 2020 year-end checklist from 2019 and why?
  2. When and how do you kick-off your year-end process?
  3. What other departments are you including as part of the year-end process?
  4. What changes will the COVID-19 legislation and Presidential Memorandum on employee social security tax deferral caused to your year-end plan?
  5. How has your reconciliations changed due to the COVID-19 legislation and Presidential Memorandum?
  6. What types of questions, if any, have you received from your employees concerning the new Form W-4?
  7. What is the game plan for handling the questions on how to complete the Form W-4 in 2020?
  8. How will working from home change your year-end work?
    What have you done do encourage employees to consent to receive their W-2 forms electronically?
  9. What do you see as the most important aspect of the year-end process?
  10. What are some suggestions for payroll professionals performing year-end for the first time?

Be a part of the online discussion by using our online portal Twchat or participate directly on Twitter by following along with #PayNews and including the hashtag in your tweets.

Cynthia Crise is Public Relations and Social Media Coordinator for the APA.