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STATE PAYROLL TAX IDs:

When to Register and Close State Payroll Tax IDs:

 A Comprehensive Guide

Join FPC’s FREE Webinar & Optimize our Payroll Process Today!

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 November, 2023

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at 11:00 A.M PST

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MEET THE EXPERT

Jacqueline Sobr

Vice President of Client operations, Forensic Payroll Consultants

Key Benefits of Attending

the Webinar:

  • The types of State IDs required for Payroll taxes and when they are needed.

  • How to apply for State IDs required for Payroll taxes.

  • How to close state ID numbers when you no longer have employees or locations in a state.

  • Get tips to stay compliant with state tax laws and avoid penalties.

Who Should Attend:

  • Business owners and managers who have employees r locations in multiple states.

  • HR and Payroll Professionals responsible for payroll tax compliance.

  • Accountants and consultants who advise.

FREE SESSION BY INDUSTRY

Experts

Thanks for registering to our event. See you there!

Hear from our customers about their experience

Denny Kon

CPA | MBA | Chief Financial Officer

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We hired FPC to help our organization get back on track with past payroll taxes, compliance, and reporting issues. As a result of FPC’s work, the savings to the organization exceeded $300,000 which related to potential late fees, penalties, and interest. 

Shaughn Ryan

Omni Mobility

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We didn’t realize we had to tell our payroll company about our 2% share-holder medical premium in 2016. We reported the correction to our payroll company in March 2017 to get a cor-rected W2, but they said it was going to take 10 weeks and $250 for the amendments to process.

Mike Delgado

State Farm Agent

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I didn’t realize we had written manual checks in 2016 that were not to our payroll company. When we tried  reported to report them in January, they said it was going to take 10 weeks and $250 for the amendments to process.

We respect your discretion, so all questions and answers during the webinar will be anonymous. You can ask any question you want, without having to worry about being identified.

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