EY Tax Webcast
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: a roadmap for employers
On 22 December 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) representing the most substantial overhaul of the US tax code in more than 30 years.
For employers, the TCJA has broad implications for payroll, fringe benefits and tax accounting operations.
Join us and hear our team of Ernst & Young LLP professionals discuss the TCJA provisions of interest to employers with a focus on action steps necessary to achieve compliance and realize opportunities.
Following are the TCJA topics we will explore, incorporating the latest IRS guidance:
- Federal income tax withholding, supplemental wages and backup tax
- Federal tax levies
- Bicycle commuting benefits
- Eating facilities and de minimis meals
- Employee achievement awards
- Equity compensation stock and restricted stock unit, election to defer income tax
- Entertainment expenses
- Executive compensation
- Family and Medical Leave — paid leave
- Length-of-service awards for public safety volunteers (IRC §457 plans)
- Moving expenses
- Settlements — sexual harassment
- Transportation fringe benefits
- US nonresident alien employees
- Wage advances and repayments
- Related state and local changes to anticipate
This is an interactive webcast and we encourage you to ask questions.
- Peter Berard, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services
- Christa Bierma, Ernst & Young LLP, Compensation and Benefits Services
- Debby Salam, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services
- Debbie Spyker, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services
- Ken Hausser, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services