RECORDED TRAINING COURSE
1 CEU HRCI | 1 PDC SHRMAPPROVED
More companies are now expanding their recruitment worldwide to find the best talent. It is becoming more and more critical for payroll professionals to understand non-immigrant concerns and how it affects how we pay employees from taxes that need to accounted for in the US and in foreign countries.
As a payroll professional, when your HR department informed you that they hired a new associate with an H-1B visa, your response probably was ok so what does that mean?
- Detailed discussion on why it is critical for HR and payroll to work together on anyone being hired that is on a visa status.
- Understanding the visa process from how companies obtain a visa for a potential employee to how to handle employees already on visa when being hired.
- Understanding taxation concerns for non-immigrant workers.
- Discussions on what is an I-94 card and how to review them.
- Details of different types of work visas’ such as L-1,E,O,H-1,TN/NAFTA
- Details of different types of student visas’ such as F-1 & J-1
- Tax Equalization and Tax Protection Plans
- Having a solid Hypothetical tax plan
- Understanding international Visas’
- Understanding IRS Taxation rules for Non-Resident aliens
- How does tax treaties and totalization agreements affect your payroll process?
Who Should Attend:
- Payroll professionals
- HR Professionals
- Compensation Professionals
- Accounting Professionals
Note: You will get access to the Recording link and E-Transcript; in your account and at your registered email address.
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