Virtual Capital Summit Features ‘State of Payroll Play’
APA’s Virtual Capital Summit, March 15 through 17, will feature the session, “State of Payroll Play,” a state-focused session on the latest changes and impacts on payroll management. There will also be presentations by federal agency officials and payroll industry experts. Sessions will be available on demand until May 17. Virtual Capital Summit is sponsored by DailyPay.
Special State Session
Mindy Mayo, Managing Director, KPMG LLP, and I will present the “State of Payroll Play” session to enable you to predict and evade state payroll compliance pileups. Keep up with ongoing state paid leave requirements, including which jurisdictions continue to require emergency paid leave in 2021.
Have you just finished providing federal and state Forms W-2 to employees? With new state nexus guidance, discover when you’ll need to furnish Forms W-2c to remote workforce employees as they try to untangle state tax responsibilities for multiple locations. Hear the latest on income tax-related scuffles among states and how the U.S. Supreme Court case, New Hampshire v. Massachusetts, might affect states’ income taxation rights going forward.
Also learn what the unprecedented number of state unemployment insurance claims might mean for your company, including current state guidance on employer charges and potential future credit reductions.
Ask Your Questions
After attendees register, they may send pertinent questions to [email protected] by March 8. If a question is not answered during the conference, APA will follow up afterward. The answers will be emailed to attendees in a Q&A format.
Registration and Credits
Interested in more state and local payroll coverage? APA’s PayState Update eNewsletter is perfect for you.
Mavanee Anderson, Esq., is an Editor of PayState Update and Payroll Information Resources for the APA.