Accounting Regulatory Updates — Are Your Clients Prepared?

Paychex continuously monitors regulations that could have a significant impact on your clients' payroll, taxes, and retirement plans. Visit and bookmark the Regulatory Updates page and get the latest information.

Valuable and Informative Resources

ESR and Health Care Reform VideosInsights from thought leaders

Regulatory Tools

  • Accountant Customizable Client Letter - Top 10 Issues in 2016 – This Word document helps you communicate with your clients on ten items that top the list of business regulations to be aware of in 2016. You can customize this letter with your firm's logo and letterhead, and send these important regulatory changes to your clients.
  • Top Regulatory Items of 2016 – This document provides important items and resources to share with your clients.
  • Client HR Compliance Analysis – This diagnostic tool provides everyday questions for you to ask clients in an advisory (and billable) setting in common problem areas such as recruitment and retention, managing employees, workplace safety, wage and hour, non-harassment, and workplace violence.
  • Client HR Compliance Analysis – Accounting Professional Resource – This informational tool provides you with guidance on what to listen for from your clients as they respond to the topics addressed in the HR Compliance Analysis Diagnostic Tool
  • Health Care Reform and Your Business – This brochure highlights provisions of the law and timelines, to assist employers.
  • Health Care Reform and You – This brochure highlights provisions of the law and timelines, to assist individuals.

Webinar Recordings

Expand Your Advisory Services – The Incorporation Opportunity. This recording is NOT eligible for CPE credit.

How to Help Your Clients Navigate the IRS Trust Fund Recovery Penalty. This recording is NOT eligible for CPE credit.

Top HR Issues and How Accountants Can Nail Their Client Responses. This recording is NOT eligible for CPE credit.

2016 Key Federal Payroll and Benefits Tax Update. This recording is NOT eligible for CPE credit.