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Live Webinar

The Business Impacts of the 2020 Elections: First Impressions


Friday, November 20, 2020  

Two Sessions:
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

Note: This event is not eligible for CPE or IRS CE credit.


Gene Marks, CPA, Columnist for The Hill, The Guardian, Forbes, President, Marks Group PC
Mike Trabold, Director, Compliance Risk, Paychex
Thad Inge, Sr. Manager, Government Relations, Paychex
Laurie Savage, Sr. Compliance Analyst, Paychex

The November 2020 election cycle will bring changes, regardless of outcome. The Presidential election will determine fundamental policy positions across a range of issues. Congressional elections will adjust the makeup of Capitol Hill. And state and local elections have the potential to affect businesses in a variety of different ways.

To help you get a jump on all these potential changes, we are hosting a special post-election event, The Business Impacts of the 2020 Elections: First Impressions.

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You can view the recording here on Paychex WORX.

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Hosted by Gene Marks and paneled by experts from the Paychex Compliance and Government Relations teams, we’ll provide insights and guidance on the questions most important to business owners today, including:

  • Is there new clarity around additional stimulus packages heading into 2021?
  • What will the Administration be pushing as its top priority?
  • What issues do we think Congress will take first in 2021?
  • Should we anticipate changes to the tax laws? To employment laws?
  • What does the future hold for the ACA, and how will that impact businesses?
  • What state activity can we expect based on these federal policies?
  • What can we expect in terms of timing for all of these issues?

This is the first of a series of special Business Impacts events designed to help you navigate 2021’s changing regulatory landscape, as well as the historic challenges we are all facing on the economic, social, and public health fronts.



Gene Marks, CPA
Columnist for The Hill, The Guardian, Forbes
President, Marks Group PC

Mike Trabold
Director, Compliance Risk

Thad Inge
Sr. Manager, Government Relations

Laurie Savage
Sr. Compliance Analyst

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For additional insights about the business impacts of the 2020 election, check out the latest episode of our Paychex Business Series podcast with Gene Marks, as he talks with Thad Inge, Senior Manager of Government Relations at Paychex, about what you can anticipate from the new administration.




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