Receive Expert Insight on New Regulations Impacting Payroll in 2019
What new laws and regulations will impact payroll in 2019? Discuss the latest changes you need to know for successful processing with our guest experts and your peers in the industry during our first #Paynews payroll chat of the year!
The hour-long online discussion will be hosted by the American Payroll Association’s Bill Dunn, CPP, Director of Government Relations, and Alice Jacobsohn, Esq., Senior Manager of Government Relations.
They’ll share their insight with you on the following questions:
- Q1- When do you think the 2020 Form W-4 will be released, and what changes can we expect?
- Q2-Retirement will be an important topic in 2019. What is Congress considering, and how might it impact employers?
- Q3-Some states are requiring employers to offer retirement plans. How can payroll help employees to save for retirement?
- Q4-If the Affordable Care Act is deemed unconstitutional, what could that mean for payroll?
- Q5-The DOL is expected to release its new overtime rules soon. What can payroll expect?
- Q6-How might California’s new Consumer Data Privacy Act impact payroll?
- Q7-Mississippi is considering excluding overtime pay from gross wages. How do you think that will t work?
- Q8-Illinois passed a bill relating to payroll cards and unclaimed wages. What is the issue, and what is APA doing about it?
- Q9-How did the District of Columbia change its garnishment calculations?
- Q10-Student loan debt will continue to be a big issue. Do you think the new Congress will tackle it? If so, how might it impact payroll?
The discussion begins at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday, February 14. Be part of the conversation by joining our chatroom portal Twchat or participate through your Twitter account by following along with #Paynews and including the hashtag in your tweets.