Thursday, Mar 05, 2020
Duration : 60 Minutes
This webinar will give participants the tools to analyze all types of employee overpayments and how the handle proper taxation, and meeting federal and state laws that affect how overpayments are properly handled. Laws in the deduction of pay from employees have changed in several states within the last couple of years; this webinar will give you the skills to properly handle these new laws.
As much as payroll professionals complete audits and validations each payroll, unfortunately mistakes happen and employees get overpaid. Once an employee has been overpaid getting the money back is only one challenge, payroll professionals are faced with how to untangle the tax and compliance requirements when getting money back from employees.
In this program, you’ll learn how to:
- Type of Overpayments
- Regular pay/Bonuses
- Non-cash overpayments
- Tax Considerations
- Overpayments in the current year
- Overpayments in a prior year
- Year end Reporting
- Federal & State Law
- Minimum Wage
- State Laws
- Methods of Repayment
- Review of different types of overpayments from regular pay to non-cash items such as laptops given to employees
- Discuss employee loans and advances and how to handle them
- Discuss the tax implications of overpayments made in current year and those made in a prior tax year
- Special year end reporting concerns for employees that have been overpaid
- What are the best methods of repayment
- What special state and federal laws should be considered when collecting overpayments
- Understanding the impact of overpayments may be different for hourly employees versus salaried employees
- Will review the IRS "claim of right rule"
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resources professionals,
- Supervisors and
- Organizational Development.
- Payroll professionals
- Accounting Professionals
- Tax Professionals
- Compensation Professionals