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Multistate Taxation: Understanding Reporting and Payroll Essentials and Avoiding Common Missteps - On-Demand

Multistate Taxation: Understanding Reporting and Payroll Essentials and Avoiding Common Missteps - On-Demand

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Multistate Taxation: Understanding Reporting and Payroll Essentials and Avoiding Common Missteps - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

IRS tax regulations are confusing enough for HR without the added layer of having employees who live and work in several states. Multistate taxation and reporting easily can cause compliance problems and present tricky payroll scenarios; for example, which state gets state unemployment insurance and which gets the income tax if an employee is a non-resident working in the state?

You need to understand the rules relating to the tax code, tax withholding requirements, and deposit schedules when multiple states are involved. And the more states that are involved, the more rules to untangle.

Stay on top of your multistate payroll issues—and avoid noncompliance headaches—by usng this in-depth webinar on-demand, featuring Attorney Kate Bischoff and CPA Elizabeth Bystrom. Through an interactive presentation and live Q&A, they will help you prepare to handle taxation and reporting issues when employees are living and working in multiple states.

You’ll leave with an understanding of: 

  • How to determine state withholding liability 
  • How to handle income and unemployment insurance taxation for employees working in multiple states 
  • Resident and nonresident taxation policies 
  • Reciprocal agreements among bordering states 
  • What nexus is and how it can trip you up 
  • Whether an employee is a resident—and how long an employee has to work in certain states to be liable for taxes 
  • When you can use voluntary contributions to state unemployment insurance accounts to lower your rate 
  • Supplemental withholding rates 

About Your Presenters:

Kate BischoffKate Bischoff, Esq.
tHRive Law & Consulting LLC

An enthusiastic management-side attorney and SHRM-SCP/SPHR-certified human resources professional, Kate Bischoff advises organizations in a wide range of industries on employment law and employment decisions, from recruitment and workplace culture to terminations. Her strengths include ensuring human resource policies and practices are compliant with federal and state laws, training employees and managers on equal employment opportunity and other supervisory topics, and handling investigations into employee grievances and complaints. Ms. Bischoff is passionate about improving company culture and using technology (social media and big data) in the workplace. Ms. Bischoff also litigates employment cases, including discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, and contract matters. After several employment law trials, she speaks from experience when advising clients when administrative and court matters commence. Prior to founding tHRive Law & Consulting, Ms. Bischoff worked as an attorney at Zelle LLP and served as a human resource officer for the United States Department of State at the U.S. Embassy Lusaka, Zambia and for the U.S. Consulate General Jerusalem. 

Elizabeth BystromElizabeth Bystrom
Owner, Founder
Elizabeth Bystrom CPA, Ltd.

Elizabeth Bystrom CPA, Ltd. is a small business built on relationships. Ms. Bystrom’s technical specialties include small business consulting and individual income tax. Before building her own business, Ms. Bystrom worked for some of the brightest minds available at Redpath & Co. During her ten years with Redpath & Co, she worked in widely various departments, including: compilation and review, sales tax and payroll tax compliance, payroll research, and management of bookkeeping and accounting staff. Working in the corporate tax department brought Ms. Bystrom to both accounting consulting with corporate tax clients, as well as corporate income tax. Her final five years with Redpath & Co. were spent in the individual income tax department, working closely experienced tax partners. Ms. Bystrom built her own business to enable her to achieve a work/life balance that suited her family. She is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Minnesota, and spokesperson for the MNCPA. 

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