Apr 24, 2018
Jul 1, 2018
Jul 8, 2018
There’s no easier way to earn RCHs!
There’s still time to access the education, networking, and up to 15 RCHs– all at NO COST for APA members – with this year’s Virtual Congress & Expo. On Demand through August 24, 2018. Attend two days of exclusive industry-led workshops and general sessions, all without leaving the office. The 2018 Virtual Congress & Expooffers:Find out more »
Jul 26, 2018
Learn the latest on successfully navigating payroll rules in California, including the new California regular rate of pay calculation method. We’ll cover tough topics like California’s overtime wage payments, involuntary deductions, labor law issues, and California’s conformity to the IRC.Find out more »
Aug 15, 2018
This one-day class provides a detailed overview of both federal and state garnishment laws and their impact on the payroll process. Learn which order has priority when multiple orders are received, how to handle out-of-state orders, how to calculate the amount to withhold from the employee’s pay, and much more.Find out more »
Aug 16, 2018
Speaker: Anne Wrye, CPP, Orange County Department of Education. Anne is a member of the OCCAPA. Anne has been a payroll professional with the Orange County Department of Education for many years.Find out more »
Oct 18, 2018
Speaker: Thomas C. Lambert, CLU, ChFC, VP/Senior Consultant & Advisor. Starting his career in the early ’80s, Tom has always served the financial and retirement objectives of small and mid-sized businesses. Tom’s history with WESPAC initially began in 1982, where he became a senior officer and principal by the late ’80s.Find out more »
Oct 24, 2018
Registration is now open for the California Payroll Conference – Falling for Payroll.
Join us October 24ththrough 26th at the Hyatt Regency Spa and Golf Course, in picturesque Monterey, CA. This year’s three-day conference will have exciting new topics covering critical payroll statutory updates, hot new trends in payroll best practices, and the ever evolving world of global payroll.
Room discounts are limited so make your reservations today!
Jan 14, 2017
401(k) Deferral, Over-50 Catch-Up Contribution Limits Unchanged for 2017
The IRS has announced the changes to the dollar limits on benefits and contributions under qualified retirement plans, as well as other items, for tax year 2017 [IR-2016-141, 10-27-16; https://www.irs.gov/uac/newsroom/irs-announces-2017-pension-plan-limitations-401k-contribution-limit-remains-unchanged-at-18000-for-2017].
Dec 08, 2016
If you find yourself consistently facing a deluge of data, with several payroll reports due in a short amount of time, there’s a better strategy than wishing for more time or habitually working overtime. The optimal approach is to boost your productivity at work.Read more »
Dec 08, 2016
The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that the maximum amount of wages in 2017 subject to the 6.2% Social Security tax (old age, survivor, and disability insurance) will rise from $118,500 to $127,200, an increase of more than 7%. By comparison, the 2016 wage base was unchanged from 2015.Read more »
Dec 03, 2016
The U.S. Department of Labor announced that California and the Virgin Islands will lose the full Federal Unemployment Tax Act credit for 2016 because they could not pay their federal loans by the November 10 deadline. The credit reduction amount for both is 1.8%.Read more »
Dec 03, 2016
On November 22, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced a reversal of his decision to end the income tax reciprocity agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania.Read more »