Webcast: Accountable Reimbursement Plans & the Impact on Employee Compensation (XCARPI17)
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This training session is designed to get the accountant up to speed quickly with the complex accountable reimbursement plan tax laws and the impact they have on an employee and owner's compensation.

9/29/2017
When: 09/29/2017
12:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Where: Webcast
CALCPA
4173399Z
United States
Presenter: J Patrick Garverick, CPA, MT, CFP


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Acronym XCARPI17
CPE 2 hours
Vendor CalCPA
Category
Taxation
Level Intermediate
Prerequisite None
Adv Prep None
Yellow Book? No
Designed for Professionals in public or private practice in need of an in-depth training of the tax laws pertaining to accountable reimbursement plans and the impact on employee's compensation.
Registration
Member $60
CPA Non-Member $94

The Member rate applies to LCPA members, other state society members, and non-CPA staff of LCPA members. To register online, use the ‘Register’ button above. To register by phone, call the LCPA Member Service Center at 800.288.5272 or 504.464.1040, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.

Course Description

This training session is designed to get the accountant up to speed quickly with the complex accountable reimbursement plan tax laws and the impact they have on an employee and owner’s compensation.

Objectives

  • Understand the accountable reimbursement plan income tax laws
  • Be aware of the impact non-accountable reimbursement plans have on employee compensation

Major Topics

  • Review current income tax laws affecting accountable reimbursement plans with an emphasis on any new legislative changes
  • Discuss the accountable reimbursement plan requirements needed to exclude expense reimbursements from and employee or independent contractor’s compensation
  • Look at the substantiation regulations for the different types of expenses reimburses (including meals and entertainment)
  • Review actual expense reimbursements versus per-diem amounts