Bank and Elko & Associates-Sponsored
PA ACT 32
Breakfast Seminar a Success
than 100 attendees came, learned and left the Ambler Theater on
September 22nd, better prepared to conquer the big changes coming to
the Local Earned Income Tax collection process, better known as Pennsylvania ACT 32,
effective, January 1, 2012.
Representatives from local employers heard from a diverse group of
speakers about what they will need to do to become compliant with this
new law in order to avoid penalties and
Featured speakers included PROXUS Principals Chris Cumo
and John Israel;
and Elko & Associates Payroll Supervisor Debra Kern,
CPA, who provided a working understanding of PA ACT 32. An
open-forum question-and-answer session followed, featuring a panel of
experts, including Berkheimer and Associates District Manager, Mike Santangelo;
PROXUS Director of Tax,
Karen Andrews; and Jim Newhard, Principal, James J. Newhard,
A. Caplan, CPA, one of the architects of PA ACT 32 and
a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
(PICPA) was on hand to field questions from the
you for keeping me in the loop on seminar offerings PROXUS, Beneficial
and Elko are co-presenting," said CMC Energy Services accounting
manager Angelica Biehl. "[The] presentation on PA ACT 32 was so
helpful, and it is the first notice I'd gotten on this topic to date,
very informative, and somewhat eased the jitters of some new government
regulations," Holz and Henry's Geri Silknitter said.
PROXUS' PA ACT 32 Online Information Center is also just a click away.
If you have
additional questions or need more information on PA ACT 32, as you
continue to prepare to implement this new legislation, contact either John Israel at 215-654-9140, ext. 110 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Chris Cumo, ext. 129 or email@example.com.
Businesses learn about
new earned income tax collection system -
Montgomery News Article / September 26, 2011.