Some Paid Family Leave Tidbits! I have received similar questions on some aspects of Paid Family Leave, to keep our clients as up to date as possible, the questions and answers (provided directly by the WCB) are below.
Cadillac Tax Relief Relph Benefit Advisors is a member of the IRS’s Employee Council on Flexible Compensation (ECFC) and Lisa Allen, our VP of Regulatory Affairs sits on their compliance committee which provides constructive observations regarding current or proposed IRS policies, programs, and procedures, and proposes improvements: Recently ECFC added their endorsement to a letter to Congress, along with […]
NYS Paid Famly Leave – We will ascertain the rule changes, clarity released from the original comment period and what this means to our clients and all NYS employers. With another 30-day comment period, we will again submit comments after a full and complete review of the revised rules.
American Health Care Act The AHCA passed Thursday May 4, with 217 votes (216 needed). Attached for your reading pleasure, should you so choose, is the Section by Section review of the Ways and Means Committee and includes the amendments from the Energy and Commerce Committee. The bill now goes to the Senate. What will happen in […]
House Health Committees Advance GOP’s ACA Repeal/Replace Bill While in Washington last week participating in the ECFC conference, I attended the House Ways & Means mark-up into the early morning Thursday and the Energy & Commerce mark-up Thursday afternoon. The Committees advanced their respective pieces of Fiscal Year 2017 budget reconciliation legislation, which repeals and […]
Lisa Allen, CHRS, CFC, CAS VP Regulatory Affairs is one of only seven from across the nation, newly appointed as members to serve a three-year term on the IRS Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee (IRPAC). IRPAC, which meets regularly in Washington, is a federal advisory committee that advises the IRS on various tax administration and […]
The IRS has released Health Care Tax Tip 2017-01
Employers that hire Holiday Help and any Seasonal Help, need to understand the ACA rules around Seasonal “Workers” and Seasonal “Employees”