Date: Thursday, 5 December 2019
Time: 2:00–3:30 p.m. EST New York
Join Ernst & Young LLP for this complimentary webcast
Now more than two years since the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), businesses continue to face challenges as the IRS and state taxing authorities grapple to interpret and incorporate its provisions. One result of the TCJA are historic changes to the federal Form W-4 and related income tax withholding calculations set to take effect next year that will certainly have a ripple effect in many states throughout 2020 and beyond.
Adding further to these challenges, some states and localities are focused on progressive reforms that extend greater protections and benefits to workers and the economically disadvantaged. The result has been a flurry of activity in the areas of state/local payroll taxes and business taxes tied to the workforce.
Join us and hear our team of Ernst & Young LLP professionals discuss their analysis of the federal, state and local payroll/employment tax developments and trends that are shaping the goals and priorities of businesses as they close the year and prepare for 2020.
Following are the topics included in this year’s webcast:
- Changes to the 2020 federal Form W-4 and its impact on employers and employees
- Changes in the federal overtime rules for salaried exempt employees and the employment tax considerations
- Form W-2 reporting considerations for 2019
- State developments in paid family and medical leave insurance and the employment tax challenges they raise
- Other state and local payroll tax developments
- State unemployment insurance cost outlook for 2019 and 2020
- Federal, state and local taxability—myths, facts and leading practices
- 2019 payroll year-end checklist
This is an interactive webcast and we encourage you to ask questions.
Niko Arhos, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Services
Pete Berard, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Services
DiLorenzo, Ernst & Young LLP, Private Client Services
Ken Hausser, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Services
Debbie Salam, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Services
Janel Razook, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Services
Kristie Lowery, Ernst &Young LLP, National Director, Employment Tax Advisory Services
CPE credit offered: 1.5. Recommended field of study: Taxes. Learning objective: Identify the developments and trends affecting employment tax and reporting in 2019 and 2020. This intermediate level, group internet based course has no prerequisites or advanced preparation. Final CPE award to be based on: content, polling, length of participation, etc. See CPE FAQ for more information.
1.5 RCH credit is available to Certified Payroll Professionals (CPP) and Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) professionals. 000000