Depending on the size and complexity of your business, payroll presents a litany of challenges, even before the paychecks are printed.
But what you do after payroll runs is as important as making payroll runs. Proper reconciliation practices lead to accurate reporting. Coupled with timely depositing, payments, and information return processing, the Payroll Manager becomes an unsung hero to most businesses – as long as things run correctly. Learning Objectives:
In this audio conference, you will learn payroll reconciliation and reporting tips that will help you - and the rest of your company - sleep better knowing both your workers and the government are happy with payroll. By attending, you and/or your staff will learn:
About Your Speaker:
- Reconciling best practices for small and large businesses, including:
- Confirming net paycheck amounts
- Ensuring voluntary and involuntary deductions are accurate
- Overseeing amounts accrued to accounting records
- Preparing deposits, quarterly and annual payroll tax returns
- Preparing year end reconciliation and information returns
- Hiring and termination of workers
- How to review your internal controls over payroll operations
- How to recognize payroll related fraud
- Common mistakes made in payroll administration
Mark Schwartz has over 15 years experience in state and federal payroll tax audits, collections, and payroll consulting.
A former payroll auditor, Mark prided himself on his ability to educate employers on state and federal payroll tax requirements. Whatever issues he found in audits, he ensured the auditee knew how to comply in the future. He worked to minimize company disruptions in the audit process.
In addition to his real-life experiences, Mark has a Masters in Business Administration, and currently uses his entertaining and helpful personality to help organizations prepare for payroll tax audits - whether they've already got the notice or are still hoping they don't!PHR / SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.5 re-certification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or re-certification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HRCI of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HRCI's criteria to be pre-approved for re-certification credit.