Webinars
Our Upcoming Webinars for February and March 2014

All Webinars will be held starting at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern Time.

All webinars are pending approval by the American Payroll Association for RCHs

All webinars are conducted by Vicki M. Lambert, CPP one of the foremost payroll trainers in the country!

Our webinars are reasonably priced for all to afford at only $65 per webinar.
Form W-4 for 2014: Everything Payroll Needs to Know

Date and Time: Held on February 14, 2014 starting at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Duration: 90 minutes plus a 15 minute additional question and answer session following the presentation

The importance of the Form W-4 is fundamental. Most payroll functions from beginning to end rely on the information provided on the form. If the Form W-4 is not handled correctly and completely, it opens the door to serious problems in payroll customer service, employee morale, costly expenditures of time and budget resources, and non-compliance consequences.   

The information provided in this program will help you to better understand the function and requirements of the Form W-4 and its relationship in the payroll process. This information will also allow you to identify and correct problems and errors in completing and processing of Form W-4 which will enable your payroll department to operate more efficiently and effectively.


Form W-2 for 2014: Box by Box to Compliance

Date and Time: Held on February 28, 2014 starting at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Duration: 90 minutes plus a 15 minute additional question and answer session following the presentation

The Form W-2 is one of the most important documents that payroll departments must process. Gathering the data for this document begins when the first payroll is run for 2014 and ends when it is reconciled after the last processing of the year. But there is more to ensuring that this document is correct and corresponds to all IRS and Social Security Administration (SSA) regulations than just crossing your fingers and hoping all the wages process through payroll got into the right box.

Each year the form is reissued by the IRS and 2014 is no exception. So what is new for this year and what changes are in place for upcoming years?  Attend this webinar to find out...

Form 941 for 2014: Line by Line to Compliance

Date and Time: Held on March 14, 2014 starting at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Duration: 90 minutes plus a 15 minute additional question and answer session following the presentation

The Form 941 is the link between your payroll records and the IRS tax records. It is one of the most important compliance areas that the payroll department must navigate and it must be done correctly down to the penny. Proper administration of this vital form is critical if you want to avoid IRS Notices and the penalties and interest that accompany them. The Schedule B is also a crucial form for many employers. The IRS demands that the Form 941 and the Schedule B match to the penny…every single time…without fail! And in recent years, with all the changes to the form that has become more difficult. And the form has been changed again in 2014.

Let's Get Back to the Basics of Withholding, Depositing and Reporting Federal Taxes

Date and Time: Held on March 21, 2014 starting at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Duration: 90 minutes plus a 15 minute additional question and answer session following the presentation

One of the basic requirements of payroll is to withhold, deposit and report federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare taxes as well as the Additional Medicare tax. For most of the last century payroll professionals learned the basics of performing these tasks from other employees as part of the on-the-job training during their first few weeks of their very first payroll job. This training was usually on-the-fly while learning how to processing the entire payroll itself. If their first payroll job was a one person department they usually taught themselves by reading IRS publications or by trial and error. Because of this the question always arises were they taught correctly? And if they were taught incorrectly the results can be very expensive for their current company. Penalties, fines and interest will be assessed by the IRS for even the simplest errors in withholding, depositing, or reporting federal taxes.