The Department of Labor has issued multiple forms of guidance to clarify and address the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) into law. It provides support to individuals and businesses that have been
The IRS, Treasury Department and Department of Labor recently announced that employers with fewer than 500 employees can begin taking advantage of two new refundable payroll tax credits, designed to
Reminder - Extended Deadline for 2019 Forms 1095-C is March 2, 2020 Every employer that is considered an "applicable large employer" (ALE) or ALE member must furnish the 2019 Forms 1095-C to its
091219 IRS Ruling on Genetic Testing Services as Medical Care
The IRS has released cost of living adjustments for 2020, including several that affect employee benefit plans, including increases for health FSAs and vanpool/transit passes and qualified parking
Most people already know that health insurance premiums represent a major portion of a company’s operating budget, but the combination of reduced overall revenue and increased insurance costs have
The IRS recently announced that the Affordable Care Act affordability indexed amount under the Employer Shared Responsibility Payment requirements will be 9.12% for plan years that begin in 2023.
042320 New Mandatory Preventive Items and Services My Benefit Advisor Compliance
Rising health care premiums can be frustrating to any size business. It is important to team up with an advisor who takes a proactive approach to employee benefits in order to help control costs.