Get up to speed now on what the IRS is focusing on
Executive Compensation Workshop: IRS Compliance & Best Practices
“The IRS has been stepping up its oversight of executive pay … and taking an increasingly tough stance on deductions.” — Reuters
The IRS is in the middle of a new crackdown on employment tax issues … with a special focus on executive compensation. Exec comp is a now a key part of any employment tax audit or income tax audit.
Are you handling these issues correctly? Would your practices and paperwork survive a visit from the IRS or state tax agency?
Understanding all the executive comp rules — and staying in compliance — has always been hard. And now it’s more difficult than ever. The IRS is focusing special attention on issues like executive travel, loans, stock-based compensation, golden parachutes and deferred compensation.
With Executive Compensation Workshop: IRS Compliance & Best Practices, you'll learn the answers to questions like:
Which exec comp issues are being targeted by the IRS and states?
How can your organization minimize its exposure in these “danger zones”?
Are your current executive compensation policies and practices legal or not?
What are the most common exec comp mistakes made by other companies?
How can you spot areas of concern before an external audit?
The bottom line: Executive compensation is under much greater scrutiny. You can do nothing and play audit roulette. Or you can get up to speed now on what the IRS is focusing on — and how those issues are treated for payroll tax purposes.
Sincerely, Pat DiDomenico Editorial Director, Business Management Daily
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Hear a Free 90-Second Clip of Executive Compensation Workshop from Speaker Mindy Harada:
About the Speaker:
Mindy Harada is an employment tax specialist with more than 20 years of experience as an independent consultant, an employee of two of the Big Four accounting firms and as a payroll tax auditor with the state of California. Mindy is currently a director with PricewaterhouseCooper's Employment Tax practice. She is a frequent presenter around the country on employment tax and compensation issues.
Who Should Listen:
Comp & benefit specialists
Supervisors and managers
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