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More companies are now expanding their recruiting 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 the foreign country.

Why should you attend:

As a payroll professional when you have been told by your HR department that they hired a new associate with an H1B visa, your response probably was ok so what does that mean? In the past we didn't have to worry about our employee's nationalization status for purposes of payroll.

Areas Covered in the Session:

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 visas 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 visa's such as L-1,E,O,H-1,TN/NAFTA

Details of different types of student visa's such as F-1 & J-1

Tax Equalization and Tax Protection Plans

Having a solid Hypothetical tax plan

Review of Tax Settlement Statements and how to account for international assignments

Who Will Benefit:

Payroll Professionals

Human Resources

Accounting Personnel

Business Owners

Employee Benefit Professionals



Dayna Reum ,CPP, FPC
9th January 2017 From India, Bengaluru
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Resident & Non Resident Alien Payroll.pdf (49.4 KB, 6 views)

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