Form 1042-S Tips & Tricks
The deadline for filing your forms 1042-S for Non-Resident Alien and foreign vendor income reporting is March 15. And the IRS has recently announced it will hire as many as 700 employees to deal with the enforcement of international tax reporting issues. This news could be troublesome for organizations that have not taken a serious approach in the past to filing Forms 1042 and 1042-S for income associated with non-U.S. customers and vendors.
During this 35-minute pre-recorded webinar, Jill Dymtrow with Compliance Technologies International and Jeff Cronin with Convey Compliance will provide you with a variety of tips and ideas to get you on the road to completing this process correctly and by the deadline of March 15.
About the Presenters
Jill Dymtrow is a Vice President at Compliance Technologies International. She joined CTI in 2007 as it was being established by partners in the law firm of Burt, Staples and Maner. She has 10 years experience working with U.S. financial institutions, multi-national corporations, and Qualified Intermediaries, managing their day to day compliance obligations under the IRS Section 1441 and 3406 rules. Prior to joining CTI, Ms. Dymtrow specialized in information reporting and withholding as a Manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Her work has involved large global financial institutions, as well as technology, energy, pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Jeff Cronin is VP of Product Marketing at Convey. Jeff brings more than 15 years of experience in business technology and product management experience, and is focused on maximized return on investment for Convey’s clients.