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Federal Income Taxation of Employee Fringe Benefits After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

September 25

The tax implications of fringe benefits have changed significantly under the new tax law - make sure you understand the changes in determining your fringe benefit policies.

The tax implications of fringe benefits have changed significantly under the new tax law - make sure you understand the changes in determining your fringe benefit policies. While competitive salaries often attract top employees to join an employer, employers often provide competitive and attractive prizes, bonuses, awards and other benefits as well, to boost their employees' morale and reward employees for going the extra mile. However, employers must be aware of federal tax laws when providing these benefits, or else employers may find that these benefits are more expensive than they originally thought. This topic will help you learn the different ways that employees may be rewarded for exceptional performance, without incurring additional tax expense, or at least avoiding penalties. Important reporting and withholding requirements to ensure that employers fully comply with their federal tax obligations will also be discussed. This topic will also keep you abreast of important changes in this area under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Learning Objectives

- You will be able to identify the tax implications of fringe benefits.

- You will be able to review how to determine your fringe benefit policies.

- You will be able to describe ways employees can be rewarded for performance.

- You will be able to identify important changes in this area under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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Agenda

Gifts to Employees
  • Definition of Income Under Section 61
  • Commissioner v. Duberstein
  • Section 102 - No Income Exclusion for Gifts to Employees
Fringe Benefits
  • De Minimis Fringe Benefits
  • Working Condition Fringe Benefits
  • Cell Phones and Other Mixed Use Technology Items
  • Holiday Parties
Meals and Lodging
  • Occasional Meals
  • Meals Provided for the Employer's Convenience
  • Lodging Provided for Employer's Convenience
  • Changes Under Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Transportation Benefits
  • No Deduction or Exclusion for Moving Expenses Under Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Employer Provided Vehicles
  • Transportation Fringe Benefits
  • Parking Expenses
  • Use of Aircraft
  • Changes Under Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Prizes and Awards
  • Employee Achievement Awards
  • Prizes and Awards Transferred to Charities
  • Qualified Employee Discounts
  • Holiday Gifts
Educational Benefits
  • Educational Assistance Plans
  • Working Condition Fringe Benefits for Job Related Expenses
  • Qualified Scholarships
  • Qualified Tuition Reduction
  • Seminars and Other Training Involving Travel
Bonuses
  • Section 83 and Elections Under Section 83(b) for Transfers of Property
  • Compliance With Section 409A
Withholding, Reporting and Deduction Issues
  • Reportable Items on Forms W-2
  • Withholding Rules Applicable to Supplemental Wages
  • Withholding on Non-Cash Benefits
  • Limitations on Deductions for Certain Benefits to Employees
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This live webinar is designed for human resource managers, payroll professionals, CFOs, controllers and accountants.

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Luke D. Bailey

Luke D. Bailey

Clark Hill Strasburger

  • Partner in the Collin County, Texas office of Strasburger & Price, LLP
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of employee benefits and executive compensation
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous employee benefits and executive compensation issues
  • Author of several publications related to the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation
  • J.D. degree, University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall), 1982, Order of the Coif; A.B. degree, Occidental College, 1974, cum laude
  • Can be contacted at [email protected] 214-651-4572
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Product ID: 404113
Published 2018
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