It’s the end of the financial year, and HR and Finance/Payroll leaders are facing new challenges as pandemic-era policies also come to an end.

The Inflation Reduction Act, IRS audits on the ERC, changing unemployment rates and 941 updates in addition to the annual year-end compliance requirements create additional work during the busiest time of the year. HR and Finance departments must adapt to these new requirements while tackling their usual list of year-end responsibilities.

Join Argyle and Experian Employer Services for this webinar to hear from Wayne Rottger, VP, Tax Services, Matt Kelley, VP, Tax Consulting Solutions, Michael Orton, Managing Director of Employment Tax and Janet Andrews, ACA Support Manager on handling year-end tasks and a checklist of 10 year-end mistakes to avoid.

You will also learn:

  • How to ensure a smooth year-end close every year
  • New factors to be aware of during your year-end close
  • Common tax pitfalls and how to avoid them


Janet Andrews

ACA Support Manager
Experian Employer Services

Jon Hay

Vice President, Marketing
Experian Employer Services

Michael Orton

Managing Director of Employment Tax
Experian Employer Services

Wayne Rottger

Vice President, Tax
Experian Employer Services

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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