Multistate Payroll Compliance

Dayna Reum


About the Webinar

Compliance is a disciplinary task. However, sometimes businesses can do business in many states but fail to understand compliance about it. Many companies doing business in more than one state often remain confused about:

  • How to determine which State they must pay taxes to?
  • Which are the different states that have different laws regarding residents and non-residents?

Understanding how to calculate tax for employees in 2 or more states can be confusing. Plus what state laws for payroll need to be followed when employing employees in more than one state?

This webinar will help you to better understand the laws in each state, the tax guidance on how to determine taxation when employees live in one state and work in another, for employees that work in multiple states for travel work, and also other state laws that affect payroll.

Session Highlights:

  • To review how to properly determine the SUI state.
  • To analyze multi-state taxation and review laws to stay compliant.
  • To discuss best practices on how other employers handle multi-state concerns.
  • To discuss the details of states.
  • To analyze how to handle the state withholding forms versus using the federal form.
  • To discuss when employees move states while employed with the same employer and what payments should still be taxed in a prior state.
  • To inspect reciprocal agreements.
  • To review why employee residency is important.
  • To analyze what is Nexus and what it means for the employer taxation requirements.
  • To review an employer DOL liability for a multi-state employee.
  • To analyze key DOL laws for payroll professionals to be aware of.

Who Should Attend:

  • Human Resource Manager
  • Tax Firms
  • Tax Professionals
  • HR Professionals
  • CPA- Small Firms


Multistate Payroll Compliance