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Payroll Tax for Non-Resident Alien F-1 & J-1 VISA’s
March 20 @ 1:00 pm - March 22 @ 10:00 am CDT$150
Payroll Taxes for Non-Resident Aliens is different than taxes for US Citizens. Many countries have tax treaties with the United States which allows Non-Resident aliens an exemption from either all or part of Federal tax withholdings. Different types of VISA Holders get certain exemptions from Federal Tax and FICA/Medicare tax.
An F-1 VISA is specifically for Full-time Students who come to the US to study at an accredited college or university. These students can also apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) in their major field of study which allows them to remain in the US for an extended period of time after they have completed their studies. A J-1 VISA is similar to an F-1 VISA but is for Teachers and Researchers in a specific field of study for a specific amount of time.
The F-1 & J-1 VISA holders are both exempt from FICA/Medicare tax if they become employed for personal services while in the US. They may also be exempt from Federal Tax withholding if their country has a Tax Treaty with the US. Some treaties exempt all wages from tax and others have specific dollar limits that can be earned before they are subject to taxes.
Why Should You Attend
This webinar will go over what Employers need to know on how to treat these employees for payroll tax purposes. What forms they need to complete to receive a tax treaty exemption and the specific forms that must be filed at Year-End. Also, what to do if there is not a tax treaty in their country.
Objectives of the Presentation
Understanding the VISA and OPT
» F-1 VISA
» OPT-Optional Practical Training
» J-1 VISA
Federal Tax Treatment
» FICA/Medicare & FUTA Exemption
» Tax Treaty
» Form 8233
» Calculating Non-Resident tax
» Form 1042-S
» Form 1042 and 1042-T
» Form 941
» Basic understanding of these 2 types of VISA’s.
» Guidance on what taxes they are exempt from and what to withhold.
» What forms should be completed by the employee and employer.
» Guidance for you as an Employer on tax treaties and treatment of these employees.
Who Will Benefit
» Payroll Tax Professionals
» Small Business Owners
» Tax Preparers
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