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Ineo’s global mobility software, tax services, and financial solutions provide your program office all the tools you need to closely align with multiple stakeholder interests and to realize the highest possible return on investment.

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Episode 1 | October 23rd 2018

DEMYSTIFYING COST ESTIMATES

Jonathan Frick and Mike Gatto

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The New 2018 Tax Guide

The Mobility Tax Advisor provides expert guidance for 2018 tax filing and 2019 projections.

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1 - 5 books / $29.95 each 6 - 199 books / $14.95 each 200+ books / $12.95 each PDF books* / $10.00 each *100 book minimum order

Tax Updates

2019 Federal Tax Information and Gross-up Percentages

This handy guide provides frequently sought after tax information, rates, and gross-up percentages for 2019, along with a comparison to 2018 data.

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Mobility Tax Advisor – Tax Update 11/19/2018

11/19/2018: Kentucky becomes a conforming state, meaning no moving expense deductions are available in tax year 2018.

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Subject Matters

How to Make the Most of Year-End: State Tax Conformity and Beyond

It is the month of December and as thoughts in the office turn to holidays, parties, and celebrations, December also brings about year-end entries, processes, updates, reconciliations, and all the related stress for personnel involved with United States payroll.  For calendar year 2018, there are the traditional year-end issues to cover such as imputed income, FICA reconciliations and other tax reviews.  However, significant tax law changes starting about a year ago have translated into the need for payroll departments to seriously focus on proper reporting compared to what has been experienced over the past several years as well as coordination with management to ensure that final decisions have been made for policy adjustments, tax assistance, and state reporting compliance.  Not much time is left in 2018 to cover all the territory for decision-making tactics and year-end processes; yet, it is not too late.

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