Articles Under the Tag: Compliance
The IRS announced the new contribution limits for Health Savings Accounts, and guidelines for HSA-Qualified High Deductible Health Plans for 2021.
To assist with the nation’s response to COVID-19, the IRS announced increased flexibility during calendar year 2020 for mid-year election changes.
The federal government released several rounds of new guidance relevant to employers’ efforts to maintain compliance with leave laws.
More and more school districts are facing consequences because of 403(b) Plan compliance regulations. Learn how to follow these regulations.
The CARES act is designed to help stabilize fragile industries and to provide tax credits and loans to businesses to help them retain their workforce.
The CARES Act allows over-the-counter drugs and medicines to be reimbursed by FSAs, HRAs, and HSAs without a prescription, as well menstrual products.
The Department of Labor has released initial guidance for employers covered by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, expanding paid leave and unemployment benefits to Americans impacted.
The Supreme Court announced it will hear a challenge to the validity of the ACA during the session that begins in October of 2020.
As an employer, you may be aware that IRS requires tax-qualified retirement plans be documented in a detailed written plan document.
Employers will now have additional flexibility to use reimbursement arrangements to help employees pay for health care costs.