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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 944 Pr Liability

Instructions and Help about Form 944 Pr Liability

I would like to now introduce your speaker for today. Dana is currently the payroll tax manager at Petsmart Inc. She has been heavily involved in the payroll field for over 15 years. Dana started as a payroll clerk at a small suction company before moving on to become a feral team leader at Honeywell Inc. She obtained her FTC from the Metal Sale Certification through the American Tails Association. Additionally, Dana received several merit awards for customer service and acquisitions and divestitures. Dana is also experienced in teaching. She has taught at the metro Phoenix American Trade Association meetings and at the Arizona State Fair on conference topics including paralytics, global cultural awareness, inclusion basics for federal professionals, hockey state and local taxation, and quality control for payroll International and Canadian payroll. Dana holds a CPP certificate as a certified Aero professional throughout the APA. Furthermore, she serves as a member of the national American Payroll Association on the national strategic leadership task force mint affairs task force PA local tax subcommittee. She has received a citation of Merit for her service and is a Gold team member of the APA. In addition to her payroll accomplishments, Dana is certified in HR hiring and firing practices and is a Six Sigma green belt. Now that you are familiar with her background, we can begin the program. Thank you and welcome to the new Form 941 for 2017. Today, we will be covering the reporting requirements, deadlines, electronic filing, document signing, and line-by-line review of the form. First, let's discuss the basic Form 941 requirements. We will then move on to the changes for 2017, including the introduction of new lines. It is important for paraprofessionals to be aware of these changes and understand how to handle them. Next, we will delve into the Schedule...