The Not So United States of Payroll
- 18 Jan
- 10:00 AM
One would think that a country named the United States would lend itself to having a united front when it comes to payroll laws. Nothing could be further from the truth. U.S. Federal regulations are the guidelines, whereas the states and even smaller jurisdictions can establish their own rules that may or may not be more beneficial to the employee. Knowing where in the U.S. you are paying employees will have a profound effect on how and what you need to process during your payroll run.
- Key differences in minimum wage, overtime, and taxation rules
- Essential resources for payroll professionals to leverage when calculating U.S. payroll
- How final payments vary from state to state and within local jurisdictions
Earn 2.0 Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs), 0.20 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), or 2.0 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when attending this webinar. No advanced preparation or prerequisites required, Program Level: Overview; Delivery Method: Group Internet Based; Field of Study: Business Law