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Jan 1, 2021

2021 OCCAPA Membership Registration

OCCAPA tracks memberships on a calendar year basis.  Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2021
Individual:  $70 Non National APA Member     $60 National APA Member
$150 Corporate– National Non Member**
$40 per each additional Corporate Member – National Non Member**
$140 Corporate– National Member with Member ID #*
$30 per each additional Corporate Member – National Member with Member

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Jan 1, 2021

No January 2021 Zoom Chapter Meeting

Please note that the OCCAPA does not hold a January meeting. Our first 2021 meeting will be held Thursday, February 18, 2021.  Please check back again to see our 2021 Events Page and  follow our Facebook Page.  See you in 2021.

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Feb 18, 2021

Webinar – February Chapter Meeting: Impact of Benefits Taxation on Payroll.

Please note that Registration is required for Members and Non Members in order to participate in our webinar and will only be available until Thursday 02/18 at 9:00 am.

Member Registration:
Member:  Free, e-mail your full name to: membership@occapa.com
RCHs:   2 Units

Speaker:  Frank Gottschall, CPA, CPP is an experienced payroll, benefits and accounting executive who was in a leadership position in the payroll field for over 20 years and currently serves as the President of the Gottschall Consulting Group.

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Mar 18, 2021

Webinar – March Chapter Meeting:

Please note that Registration is required for Members and Non Members in order to participate in our webinar and will only be available until Thursday 03/18 at 9:00 am.

Member Registration:
Member:  Free, e-mail your full name to: membership@occapa.com
RCHs:   2 Units

Speaker:  Christine Stolpe, CPP

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New Draft of 2019 Form W-4 Has Few Changes From 2018

The IRS released a second draft of the 2019 Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, on October 12. The latest draft Form W-4 is very similar to the 2018 Form W-4 with a few non-substantive language changes in the general instructions.  In several sections of the new draft of the Form W-4, the IRS added language clarifying that employees should take into account non-wage income “not subject to withholding” in using the various worksheets and that the child tax credit may be taken only for children who have a valid social security number.

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