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Andrew Gargana

Andrew Gargana is the senior federal compliance analyst within Compliance Risk Management for Paychex, Inc., based in Rochester, NY. He leads the federal payroll tax compliance activities of the company, which serves over 605,000 clients in all 50 states. The federal compliance analysts monitor all legislation and function as the liaison with the company’s Product Management and Development divisions to ensure regulatory matters affecting the firm’s payroll processing and tax filing platforms are implemented.

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