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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: The latest developments and how employers need to respond


Duration:60 minutes


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is the most significant tax reform we’ve seen in decades. The new legislation will have far reaching implications for how organizations manage their payroll and employee benefits.

Join us to learn the latest developments out of Washington and how employers are responding. We’ll share actionable insight on:

  • The impact of TCJA on payroll operations
  • What both employers and employees need to know
  • Administrative steps organizations must manage to ensure continued compliance

Our panelists will include:

  • Debby Salam, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services
  • Jack Nolan, CIC Plus, Vice President of Business Development
  • Melissa Cypher, Carnegie Mellon University, Payroll Tax Manager

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Jack Nolan

Vice President of Business Development, CIC Plus

Jack has been with CIC Plus for 16 years and has been responsible for developing lasting and trusted relationships with numerous clients. He currently leads business development efforts leveraging his wealth of experience improving HR and payroll operations to support the changing needs of our large enterprise clients. Jack is actively involved in HR industry initiatives and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

Debby Salam

Employment Tax Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP

Debby is Director of Payroll Information Management for Ernst & Young LLP’s Employment Tax Services. Her experience in payroll research, process and audit, publishing, and advocacy is applied both internally and externally through publications, webcasts, training and project management with a federal, state and local employment tax compliance focus. Debby is a Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) through the American Payroll Association.

Melissa Cypher

Payroll Tax Manager, Carnegie Mellon University

Melissa Cypher is a Payroll professional with 18 years of experience utilizing various payroll systems, both in-house and SaaS for full cycle processing, primarily with large corporations in the Pittsburgh area. She is currently managing the payroll tax processes for Carnegie Mellon University, using Workday and CIC Plus.

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: The latest developments and how employers need to respond
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