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Basics of Payroll Accounting in a COVID-19 World


Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateApril 17, 2020
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaAccounting
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

Accountants and small business owners are facing increasing operational challenges. In this webinar, we’ll cover the basics of payroll as part of your practice as well as address some of the issues facing accountants and their clients today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Paying Employees

  • Creating the Accounting Entries

  • COVID-19 Issues Facing Accountants and Their Clients

We’ll also address some of the most common questions we’re hearing about the FFCRA and CARES Act impacting small businesses. We’ll share several helpful resources after the webinar.

Please join us for an informative and engaging session that will help you feel more confident about navigating the impact this pandemic is having on each of us professionally and personally.

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Kara Rajapakse

OnPay, Inc
Partner Development Team Leader
(877) 328-6505


Kara Rajapakse is the Team Lead on OnPay’s Partner Development team. She earned the Fundamental Payroll Certification from the American Payroll Association and has six years of experience setting up complex client integrations in the SaaS industry.

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Cathy Iconis, CPA, is the founder of QBOchat and has more than 13 years of accounting experience. Through her training programs, podcast, Facebook community, and support, Cathy strives to help accountants and bookkeepers build their best bookkeeping practice. Cathy is the seven-time recipient of the prestigious "40 Under 40" Award given annually by CPA Practice Advisor. She was also named one of Eight Managing Partner Elite by Accounting Today in 2015.

About Our Presenter

OnPay grew out of our founder’s long-standing family payroll business. When Jesse Burgess joined that company in 2007, his first priority was simply helping the company’s six payroll clerks be more efficient — and to keep them from getting frustrated.

With 200 small business customers to take care of, Jesse streamlined his clerks’ user experience and automated repetitive tasks until he realized the whole payroll process could move online. Soon after, OnPay was born.

We’re different because we’re a payroll business, not a startup. We’ve combined our experience with the latest technology to develop payroll software that’s fast, intuitive, and designed to help small business owners do what they do best.

We continue to invest in improving customer experience, expanding into HR and benefits, and giving small businesses unsurpassed levels of support.

OnPay may have gotten more powerful, but businesses still pay one low fee for everything.