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Travel Pay, Travel Expenses & Employer Liability - Best Practices to Comply with Federal Regulations
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM New York
Date: August 18, 2021 to August 18, 2021
Where: New York, New York,, New York County, New York, United States, 10000
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Event Type: Other
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Learn when and how you must compensate employees for travel time. Ensure you comply with the requirements under the Portal Act. Get an update on IRS travel expense documentation requirements. Learn about employer liability for accidents of traveling employees. Clearly define when employee meals are 100% deductible and when they are only 50% deductible. Understand the limitations when personal and business travel and entertainment are mixed. Ensure your records will stand the scrutiny of a compensation or tax audit. Experienced CGMA and businessman Miles Hutchinson will review the law regarding travel compensation and travel & expense reimbursement. He will provide practical guidance for reducing wage and hour claims and IRS scrutiny. Areas Covered in the Webinar: How does employee exempt or non-exempt status under the FLSA affect travel compensation? The Fair Labor Standards Act & Portal Act requirements regarding travel pay What is the appropriate rate of travel pay When must commuting expenses be reimbursed When is travel between assignments compensable? Reimbursement and compensation rules for extended assignments at temporary locations Specific rules for overnight travel Travel, entertainment, gift & car expense reimbursements
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