Trends in Tax Compliance for Equity Programs
October 05, 2022, 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Tax compliance is one the most high-risk and time-sensitive aspects of managing a stock plan. This webinar will reveal recent data on policies and procedures companies have in place to ensure compliance with relevant laws and manage their risk. Gain an in-depth understanding of how your tax compliance practices for equity compensation programs measure up.
Key questions this webinar will answer:
- What policies govern tax reporting decisions and who is responsible for preparing US and non-US tax filings related to equity programs?
- How do companies manage US tax withholding deposits for stock plan transactions?
- How do companies source tax withholding rates for US state and municipal jurisdictions?
- What education do companies provide employees on the tax consequences of their equity awards?
- What are the most challenging aspects of US and global tax compliance?
All attendees are required to register in advance.
- NASPP Members: Current NASPP members can attend at no cost.
- Nonmembers: The cost for non-members is $975.
If you have already registered for this webinar, you can access it at education.naspp.com.
This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards to determine the amount of credit you can receive.
The recording of the webinar will be posted shortly after the conclusion of the live program.
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