Updated to reflect a Nevada Supreme Court ruling clarifying the provision of health care benefits in relation to the minimum wage.
The IRS has released Revenue Procedure 2016-55, which provides the annual inflation adjustments to the employer-provided fringe benefit limitations and personal income tax-related amounts.
This podcast examines open enrollment challenges amidst rising costs, including how employers can communicate with their employees about health care plan changes, with Faegre Baker Daniels attorney Mike MacLean.
This webinar discusses what the Supreme Court's term will mean for HR and in-house counsel with expert insights and analysis from Anthony Oncidi, who heads the labor and employment practice group in the Los Angeles office of Proskauer Rose, and XpertHR Legal Editor David Weisenfeld.
The IRS has issued proposed regulations that confirm the position it took in Notice 2015-87 with regard to unconditional opt-out payments - payments made to employees who forgo group health benefits, which increase the amount of their monthly premium by the amount of the payments. The proposed regulations, which also cover eligible conditional opt-out payments, would take effect for plan years beginning in 2017.
Updated to reflect additional health insurance Marketplace information that may be included with an election notice.
The IRS is urgently reminding self-insured employers, applicable large employers and providers of health coverage that the due date to electronically file information returns in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is this week - on June 30. This includes electronic filing of the 1094 and 1095 series of forms.
HR guidance on understanding the value of health care benefits.