CASBO Workshops
 

Payroll Compliance & Calendar Year-End Reporting - October 8, 2018 - 8 am - 4 pm

This workshop will provide you with knowledge and research tools to comply with federal and state regulations that affect payroll processing and reporting.  You'll receive legislative updates and hear about upcoming regulatory changes and best practices, as well as court decisions and Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor rulings that affect payroll and benefit compliance

Payroll Compliance & Calendar Year-End Reporting:

  • Payroll regulations;

  • employee classifications; and

  • salary computations; and

  • retirement and deferred compensation plans: and

  • taxable vs. non-taxable compensation: and 

  • calendar year-end wage and tax reporting

 

To Register:  Coming Soon!

 

 

 

CUPCCAA: - Public Works Simplified - October 11, 2018 - 8 am - 4 pm

This workshop will cover alternative bid limits, force account work and accounting, qualified contractors, emergency contracts, legal updates, and opting into CUPCCAA.  You'll learn about prequalifications (AB 1565), which took effect on January 1, 2015, and requires all K-12 school districts with an average daily attendance above 2,500 to prequalify general, mechanical, electrical and plumbing contractors on state-bond-funded projects with projected expenditures of over $1 million.  The class will include a 30-minute open question-and-answer forum regarding facilities and public works and bidding requirements on public works projects such as advertisements, certifications, bonds and insurance.

 

To Register:  Coming Soon!

 

 

Maximizing ADA & Maintaining Compliance with Independent Study -

January 18, 2019 - 8am - 12:30pm

This workshop will provide you with tools to validate compliance with independent study laws.  A properly implemented independent study program provides a valuable educational alternative to pupils and an ADA-increasing strategy for schools.  You will hear the considerations for development, design, adaptations, and selection of procedures and forms for independent study.  The class also will cover the details of statutory and audit requirements to help you avoid audit exceptions and loss of revenue.  You will receive materials that include statutory laws, forms, operational procedures, applicable education codes, sample board policies, and model independent study agreements.

 

  • Legal requirements for independent study
  • student criteria for participation
  • attendance accounting requirements and internal audit functions to assist in recognizing and avoiding common errors and audit exceptions
  • guidelines, forms and procedures to aid in structuring an independent study program that maximizes Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance

To Register:  Coming Soon!