Free Webinar : Accounting Standard Best Practices for Payroll Compliance
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Accounting Standard Best Practices for Payroll Compliance
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The processing of an employee’s paycheck from gross to net must be done in a strict yet varying regulatory environment. This webinar focuses on the account standard best practices for the payroll process with valuable information that will help your company avoid compliance issues and potential fines. Accounting payroll procedures help senior managers ensure that staff compensation amounts included in financial statements are accurate and complete and conform to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and international financial reporting standards (IFRS). IFRS and U.S. GAAP require accountants to include payroll data as expense items in the statement of profit and loss. A controller must be aware of the regulations which must be followed to ensure compliance that will prevent audits resulting in penalties, fines and interest, varying because the process is controlled by several entities on both the federal and state levels.
- Payroll Compliance Considerations
- Withholding, Depositing and Reporting of Wages and Taxes
- Salaries, Wages, and Overtime Pay
- Payroll Taxes, Cost, and Benefits Paid by Employers
- Payroll Business Process Risks and Challenges
- Payroll Executives
- Human Resource (HR) Executives
- Risk Officers
- Internal Auditors
- Accounting Personnel
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