The Educational Institutions Payroll Conference focuses on compliance and operational issues impacting payroll professionals who work in higher education. Its curriculum addresses topics such as best practices, taxation of faculty, nonresident alien payroll taxation, employment eligibility, fringe benefits, and state and local paid sick leave requirements.
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Product Code: 24EIPCON
- Identify nonresident alien student and faculty reporting requirements
- Understand how process improvements can advance your payroll operation
- Interpret the IRS’s requirements for unique fringe benefits provided by colleges and universities
- Be better prepared for continuous changes through business continuity, time management, and communications
Who Should Attend
Payroll and tax professionals of all experience levels who are employed by public or private colleges and universities.
What Others Are Saying
“EIPC is an excellent conference for those affiliated with higher education. It is pertinent, engaging, and provides networking opportunities not available elsewhere.”
– Nancy Hinchcliff
Assistant VP – HR Payroll Management
Earn Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs), Continuing Education Units (CEUs), or Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when attending this conference. No prerequisites or advance preparation required. Course level: Overview. Delivery method: Group Live. See individual sessions for CPE Fields of Study. Credit amounts TBD.
Event Policies and Health and Safety Procedures
Please read our Event Policies regarding registration, transfers, substitutions, cancellations, refunds, travel arrangements, and consent to use your photograph and contact information, and our Health and Safety Policies (note: as of January 2023, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test is no longer required for entry to in-person events).
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A $55 administrative fee will be assessed for each transfer/substitution.