Upcoming Webcast: Out-of-State SUI Wage Credits
Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM ET, 10:00 AM CT, 9:00 AM MT, 8:00 AM PT
With today’s mobile workforce, it has become increasingly common for employers to transfer or relocate employees from one taxing jurisdiction to another. The number of employers allowing employees to telecommute has also increased in recent years.
When employees are transferred or relocated mid-year, most state unemployment agencies allow employers to take credit for wages paid in the state of departure when determining the destination state’s annual taxable wage base for state unemployment insurance (SUI) tax purposes. While the credit offers a unique savings opportunity, it can also present challenges in certain taxing jurisdictions.
During this webcast, we will discuss the impact of employee transfers or relocations on SUI taxation, including:
- When out-of-state wage credits are allowed
- Financial benefits of taking credit for out-of-state wages
- States that do and don’t allow out-of-state wage credits
- State-specific compliance requirements
This webcast is specifically valuable to payroll, human resource and tax personnel responsible for identifying employment tax savings opportunities within their organization. To reserve a seat for this webcast, please register early.
Come learn from the experts! Register here.
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