In this course we discuss fringe benefits that are and are not subject to taxation, and the IRS guidelines used to make that determination
We start with a brief overview of fringe benefits. From there we discuss IRS codes used for fringe benefits. This leads to a conversation about taxable vs. non-taxable fringe benefits. Then we work through examples of fringe benefits being provided to an employee by employer. Then we review transactions and discuss how the taxes are calculated for fringe benefits as to an employee being taxed or an employer grossing up taxation.
This course is a review for accounting and payroll professionals who need to sharpen their fundamental understanding of fringe benefits and how they translate into taxable or non-taxable income for employees.
Review Questions: Fringe Benefits? Are They Taxable or Non-Taxable Income to the Employee?
Final Exam: Fringe Benefits? Are They Taxable or Non-Taxable Income to the Employee?
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Shirley Brickous, on the surface, is an extremely accomplished payroll professional at Apollo Education Group, with 26 years’ experience in the payroll and human resources field. Shirley received her B.S. in Accounting from the University of Phoenix. She then went on to complete her Master’s Degree in Accountancy at University of Phoenix. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership and wishes to engage with thought leaders and high ranking decision makers delivering strategic and creative solutions while influencing change within the organization.
Shirley is dedicated to the advancement of the payroll profession through education and networking opportunities. She is recognized national speaker and services on numerous committees, and teaches several courses. She is Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) and Professional in Human Resources (PHR). In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, crafting, and spending time with family.