With the roll out of a new Form W-4 in late 2019, the IRS made significant changes to employers' withholding and payroll reporting requirements. In addition to the myriad of changes brought about by COVID-19 legislation, carried out through the payroll function, the IRS fundamentally revamped Form W-4 for employee reporting, doing away with the concept of allowances and requiring changes to payroll administration and employee communications.
Appropriate for professionals at all organization levels, including seasoned professionals. This includes CPAs in public practice, as well as tax professionals working in industry, including those in Controller and CFO roles with limited exposure to payr
After attending this presentation you will be able to...
- Recall the changes the IRS has made to Form W-4, including new line items not included in previous versions
- Identify resources employers can provide to employees who require as
The major topics covered in this class include:
- Form W-4, Employee Withholding Certificate changes
- Understanding what an employer can, and cannot do with regards to Form W-4