Employers must navigate through a complex environment of federal, state and local payroll taxes. It’s an ongoing challenge to reduce payroll tax liability and internal costs, but it’s especially important to re-evaluate now as 2023 closes out and planning is underway to boost EBITDA in 2024.

Join Experian Employer Services payroll tax experts as they review top strategies to reduce your payroll taxes in order to help you streamline your tax processes, eliminate overpayments and increase compliance.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Enhance standard payroll tax processes
  • ‘Buy down’ SUI tax rates via one-time payments and reduce future SUI tax rates
  • Improve SUI tax rates when transferring employees between legal entities
  • Optimize taxes pertaining to fringe benefits
  • Verify health plan benefit qualifications
  • And more!


Joe Grimes

Director of Employment Tax
Experian Employer Services

Michael Orton

Managing Director of Employment Tax
Experian Employer Services

Field of Study:Taxes



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet Based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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  • Credit Hours Awarded:  1.00
  • Credit Type: HR (General)