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Employer Taxation and Withholding: Changes to Form W-4 and Form 941 and Other New Reporting Requirements

Employer Taxation and Withholding: Changes to Form W-4 and Form 941 and Other New Reporting Requirements

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Employer Taxation and Withholding: Changes to Form W-4 and Form 941 and Other New Reporting Requirements

Live Webinar: Wednesday, September 23, 20200

1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: This webinar will highlight the changes to W-4 and other employer taxation changes.


Recent months have brought significant changes to employers’ withholding and payroll reporting requirements. The IRS fundamentally revamped Form W-4 for employee reporting, doing away with the concept of allowances and requiring changes to payroll administration and employee communications.

More recently, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act created new reporting requirements for tracking and documenting COVID-19 paid leave under FFCRA. This involves changes to Forms 941 and W-2, and a brand new Form 7200.

 At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the new Form W-4 to employees and ensure that payroll systems have been updated accordingly
  • Correctly report qualified sick leave and other credits on Form 941, and complete Form 7200 if needed
  • Meet new IRS requirements to report qualified leave on Form W-2

About Your Presenter

Elizabeth BystromElizabeth Bystrom, CPA
Owner
Expansion Consulting Services, LLC

Owner of Expansion Consulting Services, LLC and Elizabeth Bystrom CPA, Ltd. Both located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota

Elizabeth possesses the unique talent of explaining the Internal Revenue Code to people in such a way that they actually understand what she is saying.

Over the course of her 20 year career in public practice, Elizabeth’s natural approachability combined with her direct and honest style have served to produce a successful practice that serves to unravel the mystery of both business and individual taxes for her clients.

She can be found sharing her tax expertise with local and national media in her role as a spokesperson for the MN State Society of CPA’s, and has begun spreading the wealth of her career to her peers across the country as a tax instructor for the AICPA.