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Avoiding Surprises in the Hotel Industry: Unclaimed Property and Equity Compensation Compliance

November 09, 2021
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST

Kara Shively
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In this session, we will dive into hidden surprises facing the hotel industry today. The change in environment over the last two years has brought about new challenges and hurdles. Our presenters will shine a light on what hotel leaders need to be aware of when managing a cross-border business and workforce.  Authorities are under pressure to find revenue, and unclaimed property and mobile workers provide an opportunity to identify potential exposures. Gain valuable insights and learn steps you can take to help avoid surprises, and if too late, the right way to correct course.
Ricardo Garcia - SALT Managing Director, Unclaimed Property, BDO USA, LLP
Diane Moore - Senior Manager, Global Employer Services, BDO USA, LLP
Anne Rachko - SALT Senior Manager, Unclaimed Property, BDO USA, LLP
Learning objectives:
  • Understand unclaimed property issues and rules that impact the hotel industry
  • Describe how companies can mitigate risk to avoid dreaded unclaimed property audits
  • Define a “Domestically Mobile” Workforce
  • Understand the “Convenience of Employer” Rule and how it impacts businesses
  • Explain how equity compensation is taxed across state lines
Delivery: This webinar will be delivered via the BDO Online CPE Network
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.0 credit in the field of Tax
Program Level: Basic
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