December 8, 2017 Chapter Meeting

December 08, 2017
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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American Public University System
393 North Lawrence Street
Charles Town, WV 25414

Best Practices for Getting Through Year-End and Staying Compliant
This will be a session about providing best practices, tips and tricks to get through year-end successfully. We will go through some of things you might forget about and want to fix before finalizing your year. This class will help you make and prepare a checklist of needed steps to complete to ensure the proper close of all books and accounts. Balance your 941s to your W-2 and W-3, learn the requirements to make this happen and how to correct any errors found. We will go the all the necessary steps to stay compliant to close out your year completely and on time. One key is to stay current with reconciling all accounts after each payroll processed to avoid any errors and corrections at year end. Updates will be given for 2018 changes that are available. Come prepared to tackle your toughest problems regarding year-end.

Linda Dailey, CPP has been in the payroll profession for over 25 years, currently working for Fairfax County Government as Payroll Compliance Supervisor. Linda received her CPP designation in the spring of 2000. Linda is involved in the Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter of the APA, the Virginia Statewide Payroll Conference, and APA National. She is also a member of the Charles Town West Virginia Chapter of the APA. Linda currently serves as Treasurer for the VSPC and in her APA National roles where Linda serves on the Government Affairs Task Force- Child Support and Other Garnishments Subcommittee, the Strategic Leadership Task Force Government Sector Subcommittee, Certified Item Development Task Force, the FPC Certification Board and just recently joined the National Speakers Bureau. One of the most rewarding things Linda does is teach the Money Matters classes to high school students so that when they get out into the working world they will have a little knowledge about their paycheck.


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