The 2017 tax act effectively repeals the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) requirement that most Americans obtain ACA-compliant health coverage, effective in 2019. Here’s how it will affect employer-sponsored health plans now, and what it portends for the future of the employer health care mandate and related reporting obligations.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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The House Republicans’ tax reform bill would eliminate the deduction for employer-provided tuition assistance and the tax exclusion for...
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A case that had oral arguments before the Supreme Court may decide not only whether the nation’s 100,000 service...
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When California employers fail to accurately provide certain details on pay stubs, they might incur steep fines under state...
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A benefits attorney advises companies to adopt a Workplace Harassment Prevention and Protection Plan (WHiPP) that provides counseling and...
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California’s minimum wage and overtime-exempt salary threshold will rise in 2018 at different levels depending on employer size. Complicating...
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Paying workers in countries where the employer has no registered presence can be tricky. Many organizations fail to realize...
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When the IRS posted a set of frequently asked questions regarding the new employer tax credit for paid family...
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