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1099 Reporting and P-Cards: What It Is, When It Changed and How It Is Being Interpreted
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Register to participate as a panelist or to listen only during this virtual roundtable on the topic of 1099 reporting responsibility.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/15/2017
When: 1:00 p.m. Central Time
Where: Join professionals from tax and finance departments for a compliance discussion on 1099 reporting.
United States
Contact: Day of Contact: Heidi Kaliher
(952) 546-1880, Ext. 4

Online registration is available until: 11/15/2017
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Higher Education Virtual Roundtable

1099 Reporting and P-Cards
What It Is, When it Changed and How It Is Being Interpreted

—A top-level view from professionals in the departments of tax and finance—

Open to end-users in all sectors and providers

Wednesday, November 15, 2017



We encourage broad participation in this event. Please see target audience information below.

We invite you to join in the discussion! In 2012, the tax reporting requirements with regard to P-Card payments changed from the cardholder to the card provider.  This virtual roundtable will provide the participants with the following information:

1099 history:

·         when is a 1009 required for a payment?

·         reporting requirements on P-Cards prior to 2012

·         ruling in 2012

Reporting activity since 2012:

·         third-party payment providers defined

·         risk to entity if a payment is not reported

Commercial Card payment opportunities:

·         service sector

·         risk tolerance


PLEASE NOTEThe registration form will ask if you wish to be a panelist or in listen-only mode. You should choose "panelist" if you wish to participate during the discussion. The event will allow up to 24 panelists.

Target Audience

Card program administrators, comptrollers, tax managers, internal audit professionals, accounts payable managers, procurement professionals and accountants. This event can also benefit those not part of the card function, but part of the overall finance team such as grants and research.


About the Facilitators:

Sharon L. Heinle—Associate Vice President & Comptroller at The George Washington University (GW), Washington, D.C.
Sharon joined GW in 2007 as the director of Financial Reporting & Analysis. In 2009, she moved to the assistant comptroller position which she held until 2013 when she was promoted to her current role. As associate vice president & comptroller, Sharon leads a team responsible for the university’s accounting records, internal and external financial reporting and analysis, procurement, and maintaining a strong system of internal controls over financial data and assets. Prior to joining GW, Sharon worked in progressive positions for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for 12 years and prior to that worked as an auditor with Coopers and Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). Sharon is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in D.C. and holds a BSBA degree with a concentration in Accounting from Georgetown University. Sharon also holds the Certified Global Management Accountant designation from the AICPA and in 2015 was appointed to NACUBO’s Accounting Principles Council.


David Minier, CPCP—Executive Director, Chase and J.P. Morgan
Dave is located in Washington, D.C., and has over 25 years of experience in the card industry. His experience includes sales and relationship management in both card issuing and merchant acquiring, and his focus is on program optimization for clients to ensure prudent program management that drives correct results. Dave is a member of NAPCP's Higher Education Advisory Team (HEAT) and was the NAPCP 2017 Commercial Card Provider of the Year.

Date, Time and Event Duration

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

U.S. Participation Times
11:00 a.m. PT | 12:00 p.m. MT | 1:00 p.m. CT | 2:00 p.m. ET


European Participation Times
17:00 GMT | 18:00 CET | 19:00 EET
(If you are outside these times to participate live, a recording of the virtual roundtable webinar can be ordered in the NAPCP store usually within 48 hours following the event.)


The presentation is for NAPCP members and NAPCP subscribers. This virtual roundtable session is intended to last 60 minutes.


Please note that there is a two-step registration process to receive the webinar access link.


Interested, But Can't Make It? If you are outside these times to participate live, a recording of the virtual roundtable webinar can be ordered in the NAPCP store usually within 48 hours following the event. Please contact Terri Brustad at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 6 if you have any questions. 
Cost and
Onsite Group Participation

The virtual roundtable is complimentary for NAPCP members and $149.00 for NAPCP subscribers. 

Any number of colleagues can join the registrant at the same location and participate; however, only registered attendees earn continuing education credit. All individuals who need to earn credit for the event must register per the instructions below.

Continuing Education Credit

(Limited to Attendees)

In order to earn 0.25 points toward CPCP initial eligibility, re-certification or receive supporting documentation for possible continuing education credit, you must be (1) registered on the NAPCP website AND GoToWebinar, and (2) you must log into GoToWebinar the day of the webinar individually.


Attendance cannot be tracked if you do not log in individually and therefore you will not receive CPCP credit. 

Registration Process and Deadline

The NAPCP is using the GoToWebinar solution to facilitate the event. Please note the two-step registration process:

Step 1. Please click the blue Register box at the top of this page. After you click "Submit," you will view a thank-you page that includes instructions and a hyperlink to the GoToWebinar event page.

Step 2. Click the GoToWebinar link in the thank-you page and simply enter your first name, last name and email address to "reserve your seat" in the webinar. This is an important step so that you receive instructions to join the webinar the day of the event.

PLEASE NOTEThe registration form will ask if you wish to be a panelist or in listen-only mode. You should choose "panelist" if you wish to participate during the discussion. The event will allow up to 24 panelists.

Questions about GoToWebinar? Consult the GoToWebinar Quick Reference Guide.

Registration via the NAPCP website will close at 12:00 a.m. on the business day prior to the webinar.

Dial-in Number & Access Code

After registering, please contact your IT department to ensure that is on your organization's "Safe Sender" list. This is an important step so that you will receive email reminders and complete log-in details prior to the event.

At least one business day prior to the webinar, each registered participant will receive an email message from GoToWebinar with a dial-in number and access code. Please save this important email message. If you do not receive this information at least one business day prior to the webinar, please call Heidi Kaliher at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 4, or email Your dial-in number and access code cannot be shared.


Submit Questions During the Webinar:

During the Q&A portion of the webinar, you will be able to submit questions using the intuitive GoToWebinar tool. You will receive instructions on how to use the tool during the first few minutes of the webinar.

Questions Not Answered During the Webinar:

Participants should contact the speakers directly if their questions (those relevant to the subject matter) are not answered during the webinar.

For More Information For more information, please call Terri Brustad at (952) 546-1880, Ext. 6, or email at
Program Changes and Cancellations The NAPCP reserves the right to make changes in programs and speakers or to cancel programs if enrollment criteria are not met, or when conditions beyond its control prevail. The NAPCP will make every effort to contact each enrollee if a program is cancelled. If a program is not held for any reason, the NAPCP's liability is limited to the refund of the program fee (if applicable) only.


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