Issue Snapshots are employee job aids that provide analysis and resources for a given technical tax issue. They are developed through internal collaboration and may evolve as the compliance environment changes and new insights and experiences are contributed. Please visit this site periodically for new and updated Issue Snapshots.
(Listing of Issue Snapshots)
|02/18/2016||Employers Must Withhold FICA Taxes for Aliens who Change Visa status to H-1B|
|05/03/2016||Qualified Parking Fringe Benefit|
|09/13/2016||Excise tax on Specified Federal Foreign Procurement Payments|
|12/16/2016||Taxpayer Identification Matching (TIN) Tools|
|06/01/2017||Third Party Payer Arrangements – Section 3504 Agents|
|09/10/2017||Student FICA Exception|
|09/11/2017||Worker Reclassification – Section 530 Relief|
|09/11/2017||Third Party Payer Arrangements – Professional Employer Organizations|
|09/11/2017||Third Party Payer Arrangements – Payroll Service Providers and Reporting Agents|
|03/23/2018||Section 530 Relief for Governmental Entities|
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