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In this free webcast, we’ll discuss several topics you need to know to prepare for year-end processing, as well as the latest federal and state payroll changes and proposals for 2022. You’ll hear about: 

  • The latest tax reform items that impact payroll, including: 2021-2022 President Biden and federal budget proposals, Taxpayer First Act, truncated W-2s, 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC, new 1099 requirements for GIG economy, state changes and proposals, ACA/AHA requirements for employers, and cybersecurity
  • New IRS initiatives, payroll reconciliation, COVID-19 legislation, state withholding, new hire reporting, escheat rules, unemployment and deficit states, state sick pay, fringe benefits, and more
  • Valuable tips to make year-end processing more efficient and effective 
This webcast offers expert knowledge you can use in your payroll practice immediately, as well as valuable insight from a leader in the payroll profession. 

James Paille, CPP
Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer, myPay Solutions

Accomplished speaker and author, Jim Paille is a leading expert on payroll and payroll taxation. Jim is the Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer for myPay Solutions, a division of Thomson Reuters. Where he is an authority on compliance, licensing, bank relationships and risk management. 

Jim previously served as president of the American Payroll Association and currently serves as the Corporate Member Advisor on the Board of Directors. He also sits on the Executive Committee, Finance Committee and National Speakers Bureau. In addition, he chairs the CPP Certification Review Panel. He is also a current member of the Board of Directors for the IPPA.

Jim is a prior member of IRSAC - Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council and served as chair of SB/SE sub-committee. He is an active member of the Reporting Agents Forum (RAF) for the IRS. 

Jim is a seasoned keynote speaker creating impactful content for global audiences. 

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