Due to illness, Richard Hammar's "Prevent Payroll Mistakes—What Churches Need to Know" webinar, which was originally scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday, September 12, 2012), has been rescheduled.
In an effort to best serve you, we have rescheduled this free webinar to 11 a.m. (Central Time)/12 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Wednesday, September 19, 2012. Our hope is that this will accommodate as many registrants as possible. For those who can't make the event because of this change, you will still receive free access to the recorded version of the webinar and the webinar handout. We will send out information regarding how to access the recorded webinar within 72 hours of the webinar's conclusion next week.
You do not need to do anything in order to remain registered for this free event and its new date. Watch for an automatic notification from GoTo Meeting that confirms the new date for the webinar. This will be all that you need to log in and join us next week or to receive notification when the recorded version becomes available.
While this solution offered the least disruptive approach possible, we recognize the change still may create an inconvenience for some, and may cause a few of you to miss the presentation due to other scheduled commitments. We are very sorry for this.
Again, please watch for the GoTo Meeting e-mail regarding the new date of 11 a.m. (Central Time)/12 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Wednesday, September 19, 2012, for the "Prevent Payroll Mistakes—What Churches Need to Know" webinar with Richard Hammar.
Haven't registered yet? Seating is limited, so don't miss out.
We look forward to seeing you next week!
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