Ready to Rock at APA Congress

May 3, 2017 Insights Editor

APA Congress 2017

In two weeks, thousands of Payroll professionals will travel to Orlando for the 35th annual APA Congress to network, share best practices, and attend sessions delivered by industry experts. If you’re attending APA Congress, be sure to stop by the Equifax booth at #415 to learn about solutions to help Payroll, Tax, and HR professionals, including the nearly no-touch Wage Audit Solution to streamline the wage audit process, and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Solution to help your organization maximize tax credits to increase income

While you’re at APA Congress, be sure to check out these great sessions:

How to Be an I-9 Rock Star!

  • Friday May 19, 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Workshop Session 8
  • Field of Study: Accounting/1.5 CPE credits/1.5 RCHs
I-9 audits have increased five times in the last five years, and a poorly managed audit impacts the company’s bottom line and reputation. Learn about trends in I-9 audits and fines, best practices for managing compliance including the new form, and the benefits and pitfalls associated with flexible I-9 completion. Learn strategies for leveraging technology in a compliant, secure, and efficient manner.
Speakers:
  • Barbara Youngman CPP, Strategic Payroll Leader
  • Jason Fry, Senior Director, Equifax
Mergers and Acquisitions, Advanced
  • Friday, May 19, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, Workshop Session 7
  • Field of Study: Taxes/1.5 CPE credits/1.5 RCHs
Designed for payroll professionals who oversee merger and acquisition activities, this workshop goes beyond the basic tax and reporting requirements that must be met during a merger or acquisition. We will learn about due diligence and compliance during the employee movement, help payroll professionals uncover risks, and save their company’s money during M&A activity.
Speakers:
  • Matt Kaufer, VP, Equifax
  • Barb Muellerleile CPP, Director, Finance/Payroll, Panera Bread

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