Paychex, Inc., a provider of integrated human capital management solutions for payroll and HR services, has partnered with the Latino Tax Professionals Association (LTPA). As part of the affinity agreement, the LTPA has designated Paychex the preferred provider of payroll and HR services for the organization and its members. The partnership furthers Paychex’s ongoing commitment to supporting the Hispanic accounting community with Spanish-language tools and resources.
“For years, we’ve developed materials to help Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs find success. This partnership with LTPA will make our services and educational tools even more accessible to tax professionals serving Hispanic-owned businesses” said Mark James, director of product marketing at Paychex. “Through access to the Accountant Knowledge Center, informative webinars, expert lecturers at LTPA regional seminars, and more, this partnership serves to benefit LTPA members and, in turn, their clients.”
As part of the partnership, LTPA members can enjoy the benefits of the Paychex Accountant Knowledge Center, which includes helpful resources such as the U.S. Master Tax Guide, CPE seminars, firm-customizable Paychex Tax Facts, as well as regulatory updates. These tools help tax professionals stay informed and up-to-date as they act as trusted advisers to Hispanic business owners.
“We’re always looking for ways to provide our members access to the people, organizations, resources, and tools that will help grow their businesses and their clients’ businesses,” said Carlos Lopez, director of the LTPA. “This partnership with Paychex does just that, and we’re thrilled to share their expertise with the LTPA community.”
To learn more about the partnership and the benefits to LTPA members, visit Paychex at booth No. 317 at Latino Tax Fest 2017, the industry’s largest gathering of accountants and tax professionals serving the Latino community, taking place now through August 10 at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Paychex senior director of sales and strategy planning Dan Seyler and Paychex director of compliance Mike Trabold will present two sessions at the show, highlighting the growing influence of Hispanic entrepreneurs, as well as discussing the latest regulatory changes impacting businesses. The sessions will take place on Tuesday, August 8 at 8:00 a.m. in Pavilion (Spanish session) and 4:00 p.m. in Brasilia (English session).