EIPC Brings Back Live Workshops, Networking for Higher Ed Payroll Pros
Class is back in session!
The APA’s Educational Institutions Payroll Conference (EIPC) returns to a live, in-person format after a year of going virtual. The conference takes place October 24-27, in Denver, and spotlights compliance and operational issues impacting payroll professionals who work in the higher education sector.
EIPC workshops are tailored for payroll and tax professionals of all experience levels who are employed by public or private colleges and universities.
This year’s curriculum will focus on payroll pros’ ability to:
- Identify nonresident alien student and faculty reporting requirements
- Understand how process improvements can improve payroll operations
- Interpret the IRS’ requirements for unique fringe benefits provided by colleges and universities
- Be prepared for a U.S. DOL audit
Attendees will receive access to nine exclusive, live workshops addressing a multitude of higher-education-related topics such as best practices, taxation of faculty, fringe benefits, local paid sick leave requirements, employment eligibility, and more. Workshops include:
- “Ensuring Your Forms 1042 and 1042-s Are Completed Correctly”
- “Change Management”
- “Key Impacts of Multi-State Employment”
- “How Student Employment Impacts Payroll”
- “Paying Employees Working Outside the U.S.”
- “Managing Scholarships and Fellowships in Payroll”
Information from the four-day conference will help your organization in the following ways:
"EIPC is a one-of-a-kind event for professionals in the higher education industry,” said Nancy Hinchcliff, CPA, Assistant Vice President of HR Payroll Management at Temple University and avid EPIC attendee. “It provides networking, education, and training opportunities for all levels. This conference provides the best value for the cost of attendance and is an extremely worthwhile investment.”
- Comply with COVID-19-related legislation that impacts educational institutions
- Implement proper reporting requirements for nonresident alien students and faculty
- Understand the impacts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on educational institutions’ payroll processes
- Effectively withhold state income taxes from traveling and virtual employees
- Confidently prepare for an IRS audit by understanding how the agency assesses penalties
Attendees can earn up to 20.5 RCHs, 2.05 CEUs, or 14 CPE credits.
EPIC attendees can receive a special group rate by using Group Code G-10AA. The last day to book reservations using the group code is October 1. Guests can make their reservation online or call 1-800-233-1234 and mention the APA and the group code when booking.
Register now to reserve your spot at the APA’s Educational Institutions Payroll Conference.
Felicia DeInnocentiis is Editorial Assistant of Membership Publications for the APA.