Fringe benefits image

Fringe benefits reporting & taxation: What employers should know

Fringe benefits compliance

To attract and retain talented individuals, many employers offer fringe benefits and other perks, but they may not realize those additional perks may be taxable to their employees. AGH’s Cindy McSwain will explain how you can determine what fringe benefits your organization currently offers and whether you should be reporting and withholding taxes for them.

What you'll learn

  • Identify various types of fringe benefits
  • Learn the taxability and reporting requirements of various fringe benefits
  • Understand the substantiation requirements

Who should watch

  • HR and payroll professionals
  • CFO/controllers/accounting staff who want to ensure all fringe benefits are properly accounted for

Additional information

Download the slides

Get a PDF file of this webinar's slides.

Email the presenter(s)

Need to get in touch with a presenter?

Outsourced payroll

Learn more about this webinar's related service.

IRS issues new Form W-4

Beginning in 2018, the TCJA made significant changes to tax rates, deductions, tax credits and personal exemptions, which changed to zero. The IRS released new withholding tables for 2018 and 2019, but Form W-4 remained largely unchanged until now.

Join our mailing list

Sign up for webinar reminders, alerts, industry insights and more.

Share this webinar

Use the links below to share this webinar with others that may be interested.

Is your fringe benefits reporting in compliance?

On-demand webinars are not eligible for CPE/HR credit.

Questions or need to follow up?

Cindy McSwain photo

Connect with Cindy

Cindy McSwain
Senior Vice President,
Outsourcing Services

Cindy leads AGH's outsourcing services group. Her team provides payroll, accounting, funds disbursement, controller, and other financial outsourcing services to numerous clients throughout the Central U.S.

Prior to directing the outsourcing group, Cindy served AGH's assurance clients for 10 years, working with a wide range of middle-market, closely held and family-owned clients. Cindy is a certifed public accountant and a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Cindy has been active at the board and officer level of numerous civic and professional organizations.