Guide to Payroll Taxes and 1099 Issues WEBCAST

Thursday, December 16 8:00am - 11:30am PST

Add to Calendar

Your Desk

4.0 Credits

Member Price $158.00

Non-Member Price $183.00

Overview

Employment taxes are often overlooked as an area where more planning may be effective. Payroll taxes have become an increasing burden for the average business and IRS penalties for noncompliance have risen dramatically in recent years. As a result, they have also been subject to employer incentives. The Service has announced that uncovering noncompliance by employers ranks high on its audit list. This course presents an overview of employee versus independent contractor criteria, the federal payroll taxes form, Form 1099, and related compliance issues.

Highlights

Statutory employees. independent contractors. and possible changes to Section 530 relief. Using SS-8. The CARES Act and employer responsibilities for Form 941. Payroll Tax Penalties – Who is a responsible person? Forms W-2. 1099. SS-8. W-4. 941. and Form 940 reporting/deposit requirements and due dates. Understanding payroll tax responsibilities in the gig economy.

Prerequisites

None.

Designed For

CPAs in public accounting and industry with responsibility for payroll tax compliance.

Objectives

Distinguish an employee from an independent contractor and understand the relief available to employees who misclassify. Understand the withholding requirements for FICA and federal income taxes for Forms W-2 and 1099, including back-up withholding. Comply with the quarterly and annual reporting for employment tax deposits before and after the CARES Act. Examine employer requirements regarding Form W-4. Understand the gig economy and the payroll tax responsibilities associated with it.

Preparation

None.

Notice

None.

Leader(s):

Leaders

Randy Newton

Randy C. Newton, CPA, CVA, licensed as a CPA in North Carolina and South Carolina, is president and founder of NewtonCPA, PLLC. Randy’s area of expertise is in Corporate, Partnership, and Individual Income Tax Preparation – utilizing a proactive tax planning model that streamlines, simplifies, and works to reduce tax liabilities for small taxpayers. In addition, he specializes in IRS representation work plus tax planning and research. He also has specialty areas in Business Valuation, as well as Financial Planning. Prior to the creation of his own firm, Randy worked with First Union National Bank (now Wells Fargo) in the Corporate Accounting and Capital Markets Divisions. Randy received his Accounting degree, Cum Laude, from Appalachian State University in 1992 and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society. As a CVA, Randy can place a certified value on closely held businesses for business owners seeking to sell, buy, or merge, or going through an ownership change. Randy is a member of the North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA), former two¬time president of the Charlotte Chapter of the NCACPA, and an active member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).

Return to Top

Non-Member Price $183.00

Member Price $158.00