The IRS recently released cost of living adjustments for 2023 under various provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. Some of these adjustments may affect employee benefit plans.
Regulations were recently finalized that expand the availability of Marketplace premium tax credits for employees’ family members. The final rule generally follows the proposed rule issued in April
The Internal Revenue Service has permanently extended the deadline to March 2 each year for furnishing Forms 1095-C (or 1095-B) to full-time employees and other individuals to demonstrate proof of
By proactively addressing issues like stress and anxiety for employees, employers may be able to reduce and, in some situations, eliminate entirely the costly treatment for conditions such as
In 2021, legislation was passed in New York requiring all New York public and private employers to provide employees with paid leave when obtaining COVID-19 vaccinations. Through December 31, 2022.
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Although, an employer may be providing an adequate benefit porfolio, employees may still be looking for ways to expand their benefit opportunities to fill specific medical needs. Voluntary benefits
The IRS released the inflation adjustments for health savings accounts and their accompanying high deductible health plans effective for calendar year 2023, and the maximum amount that may be made
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service recently proposed regulations that would expand the availability of premium tax credits in the Marketplace. While these proposed changes would
Top Benefit Challenges Confronting Employers in 2022