The IRS announced relief for employees with family coverage who contribute to a health savings account (HSA), restoring the 2018 family-coverage contribution cap to $6,900. Last March, the IRS lowered the family limit to $6,850 after tax legislation revised the formula for inflation-based adjustments.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Two DOL agencies have modified some government contractor obligations in light of the turmoil resulting from recent hurricanes. First,...
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New guidelines have sharply increased the number of Americans who could be classified as having high blood pressure. But...
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Eliminating the tax exclusion for employer-provided education assistance, as the House tax reform bill proposes, could inhibit employers’ ability...
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The “buzz” that a GOP tax reform bill would limit pretax contributions to employer-sponsored 401(k) accounts grew louder last...
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