Payroll Tax Compliance 2021 & 2022 Legislative Update

60 min. Aired Wednesday December 1st | 10am PT / 12pm CT

Submitted for 1.0 certification hour to APA through 12/31/2021

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Payroll Tax Compliance 2021 & 2022 Legislative Update

Payroll Tax Compliance 2021 & 2022 Legislative Update

Join Jim Paille as he talks about payroll tax compliance going into the new year. In this session, you will understand the latest tax reform items that affect payroll. He will cover new federal budget proposals, form changes of the W-2’s and 1099’s, gig economy federal focus and more. Finally, he will cover some tips you can leverage to make your year-end processing more efficient and effective.

What you will learn

  • 2021 & 2022 Federal Budget Proposals
  • 2021 W-2’s: Truncation – state impact & changes box 14 new requirements
  • 2021 1099 MISC, 2021 1099 NEC – emphasis on 2022 1099K new rules
  • Gig economy Federal Focus, State residency / Temporary Work from Home Impact
  • State changes
  • Cybersecurity reporting requirement, PTIN’s, Taxpayer Fist Act
  • 2021 Electronic reporting thresholds


About the Speaker - Jim Paille

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Jim is Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer for myPay Solutions, a division of Thomson Reuters. His responsibilities include compliance, licensing, bank relationship and risk management. Jim also writes The Payroll Report a monthly blog on current payroll issues.

Jim is a member of the American Payroll Association’s Board of Directors, and is the current Corporate Member Advisor, Jim also sits on the Executive Committee, the Finance Committee and National Speakers Bureau. chairs the CPP Certification Review Panel and is a past President. Jim is an appointed member of ETAAC, The Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee. Jim is a past member of IRPAC and IRSAC – The Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council and a current member of RAF – The Reporting Agents Forum for the IRS. Jim is also a board of director for IPPA – The Independent Payroll Providers Association. Jim also sits on the Treasury Advisory Board for Citizens Bank.

Jim is an accomplished speaker and author on payroll and payroll taxation. He conducts several keynotes and webinars annually.

Jim holds a B.S. in Accounting from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY and is a Certified Payroll Professional.

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This webinar has been submitted by APA for 1 (one) general RCH credit until 12/31/2021. You must watch the entire one-hour recording session per APA rules and regulations to qualify for credit. If approved, you will be sent an email containing program codes within 30 days of the date of presentation.

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