Tax Credits and Incentives
A leading immigration attorney at Ogletree Deakins provides an overview of the comprehensive immigration reform bill passed by the U.S. Senate, with special emphasis on the potential impact on employers.
Often businesses overlook 'hidden' tax credits, due to a variety of factors. This webinar focuses on federal and state tax credits, applicable to most industries.
During this webcast we will discuss: current economic environment, outlook for federal and state UI tax rates, road to solvency for state UI trust funds, and unemployment cost management strategies.
During this webcast we will discuss: common types of workforce restructurings, compliance requirements, unemployment tax rate impacts, ability to carryover wage bases (FICA, FUTA & SUI), "SUTA Dumping" detection and other risks
The presentation focuses on significantly increasing employers' ability to identify additional eligible Katrina WOTC credits by using Equifax proprietary data assets to verify additional eligibility, isolate the individuals not previously captured, and recover those tax savings for your organization.
Chad Richter, a leading labor attorney with Jackson Lewis, reviews key compliance challenges employers face in 2014.
Legal expert Tom Dowling of Stinson Morrison Hecker and workforce expert Mike Psenka of Equifax Workforce Solutions discuss best practices for the ongoing management of your Affordable Care Act (ACA) strategy. This webinar took place on April 17, 2013 prior to any additional legislative updates.
Operations Manager in the Pacific Gas & Electric Payroll Department, talks about how her organization rolled out an automated employment verification system to ease the pressure on its call center and improve standardization of the information given in an employment verification.
Learn more about the importance of the ongoing management of your ACA strategy and how certain industries will need to address their unique challenges in the years to come.
Tax Intelligence: State Initiatives to Detect SUTA Dumping
The California Zone Program was repealed as of January 1, 2014, however many zone offices have chosen to close their doors before December 2014 deadline.
Securing employee data requires a multi-pronged approach.