Tax Guide to Paying Employees Gifts, Business Expenses, Fringe Benefits and More
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Paying employees is not just about wages. Today there are a myriad number of taxable and nontaxable benefits, such as gift cards, moving expenses, educational expenses, meals and travel expenses, that employers provide as part of employee's total compensation.
Particularly in difficult economic times, employers are looking to provide such benefits to employees with the least cost, both to themselves and their employees. Failure to understand the tax consequences of such benefits can lead to unintended problems.
This webinar will explain the tax consequences of gifts, prizes and other awards to employees, as well as the tax issues associated with making payments to employees, employer-provided travel, educational and moving expenses, tool allowances and leave-sharing programs.
The focus will not be so much on the technical tax rules, but the pitfalls of such activities and practical suggestions for maximizing their tax benefits.
Gifts, Prizes and Awards
Other Payments to Employees
- Taxable Gifts, Prizes and Awards
- Nontaxable Gifts, Prizes and Awards
- Severance and Bonuses
- The Company Car
- Fringe Benefits
- Employer-Provided Meals and Lodging
- Moving Expenses
- Educational Expenses
Leave Sharing, Disaster Assistance and Tool Reimbursement Plans
- Travel Away From Home
- Local Travel Expenses (Commuting)
- Leave Sharing Plans
- Disaster Assistance Payments
- Tool Reimbursement Plans
About The Presenter
William Hays Weissman
- Shareholder with the law firm of Littler Mendelson P.C., in Walnut Creek, California
- National legal practice in employment tax matters, including employment tax audits, protests and appeals before state tax agencies and the IRS, as well as litigation in civil court; drafting employment and independent contractor agreements; and counseling on the tax implications of various employer provided benefits as well as litigation and settlements
- A frequent speaker and writer on employment tax issues, including a regular column in State Tax Notes, a weekly national publication on state tax issues, and articles in publications including The CPA Journal, the Journal of Taxation of Investments, and the Employee Benefit Plan Review
- Recognized as a leading employment tax attorney and a past chair of Employment Taxes Committee of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association
- J.D. degree, District of Columbia School of Law; LL.M. degree in taxation, Golden Gate University School of Law; M.B.A. degree, University of California at Davis Graduate School of Management; B.A. degree, The George Washington University
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