Calling all restaurant finance, tax and internal audit experts

Register today for the National Restaurant Association’s Finance, Tax & Audit Expert Exchange Digital Event on Nov. 16 and 17.
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Register today for the National Restaurant Association’s  Finance, Tax & Audit Expert Exchange Digital Event on Nov. 16 and 17.

Tax savvy and expert financial management have been the lynchpins of restaurant survival during the pandemic. Find out from the FinTax community’s leading experts what you need to know to stay on top of your game in the coming months. Sign up to take part; sessions run from noon to 5 p.m. ET each day.

Session highlights:

  • Restaurant Industry 2021 and Beyond with the Association’s Hudson Riehle

When will we really see recovery and what should we expect in the interim?

  • Payroll Tax Update in a Pandemic World with Marianna Dyson & Michael Chittenden

They’ll cover key payroll tax pitfalls to consider with remote work policies, along with these policies’ employment law and benefits issues.
Also covered: ERTC, ramifications of deferred SS taxes, and considerations to weigh before adopting “instant pay” products.

  • Dyson and Chittenden return for a second session on Tip Reporting.
  • And as always, the much sought-after roundtable sessions.

See the full agenda.

Register today.

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