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    Let’s Do Calculations

    July 07, 2018
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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    La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Prairie
    380 East Palace Parkway
    Grand Prairie, TX 75050

    Do you feel prepared for the types of calculations that will be on the FPC and CPP exams?  Are you looking to improve your knowledge and calculation skills?  Then the Dallas Chapter has just the class for you!

    We will be offering a 2018 FPC/CPP calculation class on Saturday July 7th from 8AM-5PM at the La Quinta Inn and Suites- Grand Prairie, 380 E Palace Pkwy, Grand Prairie TX 75050. There will be 8 hours of instruction and a 1- hour lunch break.  Breakfast at the hotel and lunch are not provided with the cost of this class.

    It’s not too early to start preparing for the fall or spring testing.  If you are interested in the class and are struggling in a particular area, please let us know so we can prepare practice questions on the topic for you and the remainder of the class.

    The calculations class covers the following areas:

    •          Basic Payroll Calculations – Simple and Complex
    •          Gross-Ups
    •          Advanced Gross-Ups
    •          Group-Term Life (GTL)
    •          Annual Lease Value
    •          Garnishments
    •          Special Circumstances
    •          Practice Calculations – Simple and Complex


    Members- $150 

    Guests -  $225


    ***All cancellations less than 72 hours in advance of the first day of class will be refunded at 50%. Cancellations less than 24 hours in advance of the first day will not be refunded; however any books/materials included in the fee, will be available for pickup by contacting

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