Payroll Outlook for 2020

February 5, 2020 at 2:00 PM


New laws and regulations continue to challenge payroll professionals in 2020. It is essential for payroll professionals to be fluent regarding the revised Form W-4 for 2020, the new Publication 15-T, the revised federal white-collar overtime rule, the new joint-employer rule, and other new federal payroll elements for 2020. Payroll professionals also should be cognizant of the numerous payroll-related changes that states have implemented for 2020, including minimum wage increases, processing changes for state income tax withholding, and adjustments to unemployment insurance tax rates and wage bases. Members of Bloomberg Tax & Accounting’s Payroll Analysis & Content Team will explore these changes during this hour-long webinar.

Educational Objectives:

  • Review federal payroll-related tax changes for 2020
  • Cover the U.S. Labor Department’s new payroll-related rules for 2020 and proposed rules
  • Discuss how some states are adjusting their own income tax withholding regimes in the wake of the federal tax-code overhaul
  • Address other state and local payroll-related tax and labor issues

Who would benefit most from attending this Bloomberg Tax webinar?
Payroll managers, human resources managers, tax professionals


Howard Perlman, CPP
Practice Lead, Payroll Taxation and Administration
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting

Howard Perlman is a Certified Payroll Professional and Practice Lead for Payroll Taxation and Administration at Bloomberg Tax and Accounting. He has been with Bloomberg Tax and Accounting since 2010.

Jazlyn Williams
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting

Jazlyn Williams, editor/writer, primarily covers unemployment insurance and workers’ compensation developments for Bloomberg Tax’s Payroll publications. She completed her B.A. in English at Duke University with a concentration in creative writing and a minor in Latino Studies.

Michael Trimarchi
Senior Copy Editor/Analyst
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting

Michael Trimarchi is the senior copy editor and analyst for the Payroll News unit at Bloomberg Tax. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of South Carolina and a master’s degree in business administration from Rollins College. He previously worked at the Washington Post.