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The End is Near! Get the Essential Tools and Tips Needed to Survive Employer Year–End Reporting

2015-10-20 13:00:00

Moderator:  Pete Isberg, Vice President, Government Relations at ADP

Date:  October 20, 2015


Year-end can be scary time for many payroll professionals who are not equipped with the proper tools and knowledge required to file compliantly with federal and various state taxing agencies. Don’t let this fear get the better of you! This webinar is aimed at helping you overcome the burden associated with year-end reporting by offering an essential overview of the emerging trends in ACA, payroll and employment tax reporting requirements. This interactive session will be facilitated by Pete Isberg, ADP’s head of government relations, and will feature several year-end subject matter experts from ADP.

What You Will Learn

  • How to prepare for and anticipate changes to compliance requirements as they relate to specific legislation like the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA).
  • What to expect from the latest trends in year-end reporting and how your company can use these trends to benefit your business’s bottom line.
  • How to manage various disparate data and help form a cohesive, streamlined year-end reporting process.
  • The benefits of electronic processes and how they can be advantageous to your business.

Topics of Discussion

  • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
  • 2015 reporting requirements
  • What to Expect from Marketplaces and the IRS
  • Tax Refund Fraud and Implications for Employers
  • Accelerated state W-2 due dates New IRS Programs to detect refund fraud
  • RICS – IRS Early Filing Program
  • EFTPS inquiry PINs
  • Federal and State Unemployment Tax (FUTA) Changes
  • Possible FUTA credit reduction and Benefit Cost Rate assessments
  • Affected states and potential outcomes
  • Wage base changes
  • Proposed Expansions to Quarterly Wage reporting
  • Federal Limits and Expiring Provisions
  • Emerging State Issues
  • Pending federal and state legislation

Who Should Participate

This presentation is intended for professionals involved in any way with HR, payroll, employment tax legislation, general compliance or year-end reporting.

Pete Isberg 160

Pete Isberg, Vice President, Government Relations at ADP

Pete Isberg is responsible for managing legislative and regulatory affairs covering a wide variety of employer compliance matters, including employment tax payments and reporting, and major legislative trends and initiatives such as the Affordable Care Act.  He has over 30 years of experience in working with state legislatures and Congress, as well as the IRS and state revenue, workforce development, child support enforcement and municipal tax authorities concerning employment tax administration, withholding and information and reporting issues.  He holds an MBA in Finance from California State Polytechnic University.

John Myett

John Myett, Director Government Affairs,  ADP, LLC

John is responsible for developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with the IRS, SSA, and other government bodies and agencies. He has 30 years of experience managing these relationships and focusing on employment tax compliance with 23 years working for the IRS, most recently as the National Account Manager for the IRS’s payroll and practitioner partners. John earned his Enrolled Agent credential, allowing him to practice before the IRS on behalf of clients. He is also a member of the National Payroll Reporting Consortium (NPRC), the American Payroll Association (APA) and meets regularly with his Federal agency associates to propose improvements to employment tax systems, forms, and regulations.

Tom Crowley

Tom Crowley, Director Government Affairs,  ADP, LLC

Tom is responsible for collaborating with government agencies to ensure full awareness of all current and emerging laws, regulations and systems affecting employer reporting. Prior to ADP, he spent nine years working in Washington, DC as Unemployment Insurance Tax Chief for the U.S. Department of Labor and 30 years with the State of Maryland, most recently as Deputy Director of Unemployment Insurance Tax. Tom has a BA in Accounting from Loyola College in Baltimore and is an active member of the National Payroll Reporting Consortium (NPRC), the American Payroll Association


Charles Collins

Charles Collins, Agency Liaison Director Government Affairs, ADP, LLC

Charles is responsible for relations with state tax authorities on technology and policy matters. He has over 30 years of experience with the North Carolina Department of Revenue as Director and various positions in the audit, compliance and policy areas. Charles is a member of the National Payroll Reporting Consortium (NPRC), Vice President of the Business Advisory Council, Chairman of the Southeast Association of Tax Administrators (SEATA) Industry Council and a frequent conference speaker on state tax compliance, policy and technology around the world. He has a BA in Economics from North Carolina State University and an MS in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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