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Surgent’s Hiring and Firing of Employees – What You Can and Cannot Do (HFEM) (SSOT154/20)

By |2019-07-07T15:36:19-04:00June 30th, 2020||

There are numerous federal laws that restrict what businesses can do in terms of hiring and firing employees. Many of these laws impose significant penalties if employers violate them. Accordingly, it is crucial that all employers and their professional advisors understand these laws and apply them to their employment practices.

Surgent’s Employer’s Handbook: Health Care, Retirement, and Fringe Benefit Tax Issues (HCR4) (SSOT152/20)

By |2019-07-07T15:39:18-04:00June 30th, 2020||

The employer-employee relationship strains both sides in uncertain times, and businesses need CPAs, controllers, and other advisors to provide understanding of the complex legal and tax issues associated with all aspects of employment, especially now. This course provides in-depth coverage of this critical area. Updated and supplemented throughout the year for breaking developments.

Surgent’s Employer’s Handbook: Legal, Tax, and Health Care Issues (HTOF) (SSOT155/20)

By |2019-07-07T15:40:31-04:00June 30th, 2020||

The employer-employee relationship strains both sides in uncertain times, and businesses need CPAs, controllers, and other advisors to provide understanding of the complex legal, tax, and health care issues associated with all aspects of employment, especially now. This course provides in-depth coverage of this critical area. Updated and supplemented throughout the year for breaking developments.

Surgent’s Employer’s Handbook: Legal and Payroll Tax Issues (HFE4) (SSOT153/20)

By |2019-07-07T15:28:00-04:00June 30th, 2020||

The employer-employee relationship strains both sides in uncertain times, and businesses need CPAs, controllers, and other advisors to provide understanding of the complex legal and payroll tax issues associated with all aspects of employment, especially now. This course provides in-depth coverage of this critical area. Updated and supplemented throughout the year for breaking developments.