Finding, Hiring and Managing Remote Workers for Tax and Accounting Firms (No CE/CPE)
John Sheeley, EA moderates a motley crew of EAs, CPAs, employees and owners of tax firms which are completely or partially 'virtual'.
Organized as 6 panel discussions, topics run the gamut from finding, hiring and monitoring employees through the legal and compliance issues remote workers present.
It is never too late to implement remote workers.
The agenda is below.
- Finding Remote Workers
- Managing Your Remote Workers
- Employees vs. Independent Contractors
- Software and Platform Requirements
- Data Security, the Big Picture
- Employee perspective
Chester, New York based John Sheeley, EA began his career in the tax industry in 1987, passing the IRS special enrollment exam in 1995. His career includes 13 years as a multi-unit franchisee of a national tax firm and 5 years as a tax manager at a regional CPA firm in New York. A National Tax Practice Institute fellow, John completed his undergraduate education at the State University of New York at Oswego.
John formed his current tax services firm in 2008, with a focus on the tax and representation needs of U.S. citizens living abroad, and non‐resident alien entrepreneurs and entertainers living and working in the United States. The Firm prepares the occasional cannabis industry and crypto currency tax return.
John is also the founder of Tax Practice Pro, Inc, a national continuing education provider. His current teaching focus centers on taxation of legal marijuana businesses, problems of S corps, and taxation of non-resident aliens and those living abroad. He can be reached at [email protected]