Know your numbers this renewal season Lisa Allen, VP Regulatory Affairs, shares the most important numbers to remember as we enter the renewal season: 4980H penalty amounts, Premium Tax Credits, as well as “MOOP” HCHP and coverage, Minimum Deductible HDHP and HSA/FSA Contribution amounts.
Subject: Seasonal Workers/Employees Date: May 16, 2019 The 2019 summer months are here! Employers that hire Holiday Help and any Seasonal Help for that matter, need to understand the ACA rules around Seasonal “Workers” and Seasonal “Employees” As an employer, your size – for purposes of the Affordable Care Act – is determined by the number of your employees. […]
The NYS Attorney General (AG) and US Department of Labor (DOL) working together to uncover violations under ERISA and New York State laws applicable to employer health benefit plans! Here come the audits!! This unique agreement increases the regulatory and prosecutorial reach of two already powerful agencies with potentially significant implications for […]
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 […]
The Workers’ Compensation Board released 3 new Paid Family Leave (PFL) forms. I have reviewed the forms and am providing details of each below along with a link to download each form. We continue to monitor both the Workers’ Compensation Board and Department of Financial Services website daily so we can bring you up to […]
Your PCORI fee is due by July 31, 2018 On October 5, 2017 the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2017-61 increasing the PCORI fee from $2.26 to $2.39 effective for plan years ending on or after October 1, 2017 and before October 1, 2018.
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.