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Multistate Employers' Payroll Tax Pitfalls: 10 Mistakes to Steer Clear of to Avoid Costly Penalties - On-Demand

Multistate Employers' Payroll Tax Pitfalls: 10 Mistakes to Steer Clear of to Avoid Costly Penalties - On-Demand

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Multistate Employers’ Payroll Tax Pitfalls: 10 Mistakes to Steer Clear of to Avoid Costly Penalties - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to manage tricky payroll tax issues that often arise for multistate employers when employees are spread out across two or more states, and acquire practical strategies for accurately addressing those challenges head on.


 

Understanding federal and just one state’s payroll tax requirements is tricky enough. And for multistate employers, the compliance stakes are far greater.

Employers with operations in more than one state, those that employ workers who go out on assignments across state lines, or that have telecommuters on payroll often have questions about which state-based withholding rules apply to the performance of services.

And, the term “performing services” isn’t necessarily the same across state lines, either. That can vary, so the HR and payroll departments for multistate employers need to give extra special attention to how a given state’s particular rules may apply to certain members of its workforce.

Use this on-dmeand webinar when payroll tax expert Elizabeth Bystrom will teach how to anticipate the tricky payroll tax issues that often arise when employees are spread out across two or more states, and offer some practical strategies for accurately addressing those challenges head on.

You’ll learn:

  • How to address payroll tax withholding if an employee lives in one state and works in another
  • How state unemployment insurance rules may impact payroll taxes for employees working in two or more states
  • The impact reciprocal agreements have on wage taxation
  • How to administer employees’ state withholding allowance certificates
  • How to handle a situation where an employee travels to many locations across state lines for work assignments—in that case, how many W2s should be issued?
  • Signs that your payroll tax system might be putting you at risk for multistate payroll tax violations
  • How to tell if an employee generally would be classified as a resident or non-resident for state-based taxation purposes
  • How to manage state withholding when an employee works in multiple states
  • Best practices for determining taxable income and fringe-benefit taxation
  • Telecommuting’s impact on payroll tax obligations

 

About Your Presenter:

Elizabeth Bystrom, CPAElizabeth Bystrom, CPA 
Owner/Founder 
Elizabeth Bystrom CPA, Ltd.

Elizabeth Bystrom CPA of Elizabeth Bystrom CPA, Ltd., located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota licensed as a CPA in the State of Minnesota, has spent 17 years explaining the Internal Revenue Code to people in such a way that they actually understand what she is saying. In 2010, her entrepreneurial voice finally grew too loud to ignore and she made the leap to small business owner. She went to work building from the ground up a firm that specializes in small business and individual tax consulting. Her belief is that the right combination of good communication, good information and good advice is the foundation for good decisions. Today, her firm offers more than just the traditional tax preparation services, offering growth services such as tax planning, business coaching and QuickBooks training.

Ms. Bystrom leverages her professional experience and the latest technology to maintain a work/life balance that suits both her clients and family alike. Her experiences as a spokesperson for the MN State Society of CPA’s, as well as her side hustle as a snow board instructor add a richness to her unique brand. Her natural approachability, combined with her open and honest style has allowed her to build a practice unlike any other. Her collaborative process in dealing with her clients provides them with the opportunity to be tax-aware and make smarter decisions in all areas of daily life.

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