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Preparing for Year End: Focus, Find, and Fix!
EP's payroll tax experts share best practices to identify and resolve payroll tax errors for a smooth year end.
October 28, 2022
Year end is quickly approaching, and payroll deadlines are looming! Don’t let common payroll errors slow you down as you close out your budget and prepare for the year ahead. Join Entertainment Partners’ VP and Payroll Tax Practice Leader, Becky Harshberger, and her special guest, Director of Account Management, Carolina La Bon, as they share the formula to a smooth year-end: Focus, find, and fix!
Together, these experts will review what to look for in state, federal, and international employee taxes; which reports to run, and what to do with them; important EP deadlines; the top year-end issues to watch for and the impact of adjustments on your budget, and more! (Runtime: 40 min)
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