The Covid-19 pandemic changed a lot of things that we, as accountants and tax preparers, were very comfortable doing up until now. Then came The Family First Corona-Virus Response Act and the CARES Act which made many changes to our profession. Up until now most of us were simply advising clients about the things that were available to them through the new legislation. That will change with the preparation and filing of the 2nd quarter Federal payroll tax returns for clients.
IAAI will present a 2 hour webinar on July 1, 2020 entitled “Payroll taxes in the Corona-19 Pandemic” where we will present, in detail, the effect of the new payroll tax credits and deferrals on the 941 form for the 2nd quarter and future 2020 quarters. If you have business clients with employees this is a webinar you should not miss.
1. Learn about credits for sick leave, family leave and employee retention.
2. Learn about the ability to defer payment of part of the payroll tax liability into the future when clients may be in a better position to pay the tax.
3. If you prepare payroll tax returns for your business or for clients, learn about the new 3 page 941 form.
4. Learn about the effect of the new credits on payroll tax liabilities.
5. Learn how to help your clients enhance cash flow by using the credits to reduce future payroll tax liabilities.
||July 16, 2020 02:00 pm
$40 - $65
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