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Employee Compensation and Remote Workforce Tax Compliance for Colleges and Universities (2022)

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Employee Compensation and Remote Workforce Tax Compliance for Colleges and Universities (2022)
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Session 1: 4960 A Closer Look - A brief summary of the basic mechanics of Section 4960 followed by an examination of complexities of administering compliance within an institution, commonly overlooked benefits that must be taken into account when evaluating compensation and remuneration, and discussion of certain challenges when determining an institution’s pool of “covered employees.”

Session 2: Hybrid or Remote Workplace Issues that Touch Tax - As institutions learn lessons from the pandemic on remote working arrangements, often times tax consequences aren’t considered. Hear learning lessons and current discussion on issues a tax manager should consider surrounding a remote workforce.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 2.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Tax Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 9/30/2023

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1. 4960 A Closer Look (Aug 2022)

Glenn Christofides, Ruth M. Madrigal

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Session 1 —59 mins
1.00
4960 A Closer Look (Aug 2022)

A brief summary of the basic mechanics of Section 4960 followed by an examination of complexities of administering compliance within an institution, commonly overlooked benefits that must be taken into account when evaluating compensation and remuneration, and discussion of certain challenges when determining an institution’s pool of “covered employees.”

Originally presented: Jun 2022 Higher Education Taxation Institute

Glenn Christofides, Rutgers University - Piscataway, NJ
Ruth M. Madrigal, KPMG LLP - Washington, DC

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2. Hybrid or Remote Workplace Issues that Touch Tax (Aug 2022)

Jodi R. Kessler, Joel Levenson

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Hybrid or Remote Workplace Issues that Touch Tax (Aug 2022)

As institutions learn lessons from the pandemic on remote working arrangements, often times tax consequences aren’t considered. Hear learning lessons and current discussion on issues a tax manager should consider surrounding a remote workforce.

Originally presented: Jun 2022 Higher Education Taxation Institute

Jodi R. Kessler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, MA
Joel Levenson, University of Central Florida - Orlando, FL