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Fringe Benefits must be properly valued and taxed when appropriate. For the myriad of fringe benefits offered to workers, the IRS has both general and specific rules to keep in mind. Knowing the rules of thumb, and where to find information on specific types of benefits, will help your organization avoid the embarrassment of unanticipated taxation to your workers.
Most payroll professionals take fringe benefits for granted. Sometimes they assume the IRS does not audit for them. Even if you are already aware that the IRS indeed focuses on them in audits, this webinar is sure to provide a lot of information you are not aware of.
Mark earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Santa Clara University. He worked for 8 years as an internal auditor for private and public entities. He evaluated business operations for efficiency and effectiveness. This included regulatory compliance, financial reporting and divisions’ ability to meet and exceed goals and standards set by the organization. He evaluated CalPERS’ payroll and HR division, one of the largest such divisions in California State Government.Mark has processed payrolls for approximately 1 dozen small to medium sized businesses in Sacramento. He was also a payroll tax auditor for the State of California. His most complex business included multiple shifts, overtime calculations, garnishments, wage differentials, FLSA compliance and other wage and labor issues. His payroll software is flexible to all needs of the small business community. Mark has provided consultation services for 8 different national payroll webinar providers. He has a wide presence, speaking to audiences on 20 different payroll tax related topics. These include Multi-State Employment, Fringe Benefits, Audits, Root-Cause analysis, Payroll Related Fraud, and many others. This forces Mark to keep up on all the latest payroll laws and regulations in all 50 states. This ensures both accuracy in processing your payroll, but also the flexibility and knowledge to grow with your business.
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