On-Demand Webinar Description:
Over the past year, using stimulus funds, numerous public agencies have made grants to individuals and businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Failure to properly report these grants on form 1099 could expose an agency to severe penalties under the tax laws. The video will assist you with determining the form 1099 reporting requirements applicable to your agency's grants.
Every year in December, Government Tax Seminars, LLC presents a seminar/webinar to government agencies that cover payroll and tax developments. We focus exclusively on educating public agencies on their federal and state payroll obligations. Our team of professionals includes lawyers and CPAs specializing in tax, benefits, and employment laws. We provide the resources your agency needs to comply with the ever-growing complexity of laws affecting your payroll obligations. Hundreds of public agencies attend our annual webinar and rely on our expertise to educate them on the ever-changing laws.
Our training is designed for local government agencies, such as cities, counties, special districts, joint power authorities, and government-related nonprofit corporations. We direct our training to Finance Directors, Assistant Finance Directors, Human Resource Directors, Payroll Supervisors, and accounting employees who specialize in such jobs as Form 1099 reporting, preparation of quarterly payroll tax returns, Forms W-2, Forms W-4, etc.
GTS Educational Program Offer for IPMA-HR Members
Additionally, GTS is holding an extensive two-day webinar on December 1st and 2nd covering Paid Sick and Family Leave, COBRA Subsidies, New Form 941-X, Cafeteria Plans, Health FSAs, Dependent Care FSAs, Special Issues Affecting Remote Workers, 2021 Information Reporting, and more!
Those who register for the two-day event will receive the 2021 edition of GTS's 300+ page Government Tax and Employee Benefits Manual. The Manual, which will include updates through November 2021, discusses the tax rules associated with virtually all compensation and benefits items provided by public agencies to their employees.
IPMA-HR members receive $50 off registration using the code “IPMAHR” at checkout: RSVP for the 2-day webinar today.
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP
Marcus Wu is a Partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP and has extensive experience designing and implementing retirement and deferred compensation plans, including defined-benefit pension plans, 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans. Marcus also advises employers on designing and implementing equity compensation programs, including omnibus equity-incentive plans, ESPPs, performance share plans, and others. He advises employers on establishing and administering health plans, section 125 cafeteria plans, and severance plans. Marcus is well versed in the federal and state laws governing employee benefit plans, including ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code.