President Donald Trump signed into law a two-year delay on the 40 percent excise tax on high-value health care plans—the so-called Cadillac tax—as part of the measure to restore funding to the federal government. Both political parties supported the provision to postpone the Cadillac tax from taking effect until 2022, instead of in 2020—as did the Society for Human Resource Management. President Donald Trump signed into law a two-year delay on the 40 percent excise tax on high-value health care plans—the so-called Cadillac tax—as part of the measure to restore funding to the federal government. Employer advocates praised the move but also called on Congress to permanently repeal the levy.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
- Janet L. Heins|Health Care Reform, Influencing Government Policy, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Republican leaders in Congress included in the latest stopgap government funding bill a provision to delay the Cadillac tax...
- Janet L. Heins|Contracts and RFPs, News, Overtime Eligibility and Exemptions, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
A case decided by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals potentially has opened new paths of liability for...
- Janet L. Heins|Benefits Compliance, Defined Contribution Plans, News, Relationship Management, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Increased job-hopping and forgetting to update their contact details can cause 401(k) plan participants to “disappear.” Creating a “missing-participant...
- Janet L. Heins|Benefits and Taxation, Defined Contribution Plans, Influencing Government Policy, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
The House Republicans’ tax reform bill would eliminate the deduction for employer-provided tuition assistance and the tax exclusion for...
- Janet L. Heins|Family and Medical Leave, Gender, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is scrutinizing paid-child-bonding-leave policies closely, particularly those that distinguish between primary and secondary caregivers,...
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