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If you employ under 50 full-time employees and reimburse those employees for the cost of their individual health insurance, the IRS just cut you a (temporary) break. Just this week, the IRS issued guidance that wipes away potential penalties for 2014 and for the first six months of 2015.
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COBRA CONUNDRUMS is reprinted from the September 2014 issue of Health Insurance Underwriter Magazine featuring our very own Robert Meyers.
It happens every year. You survive another busy holiday season, celebrate another New Year’s Eve, and embark on another year with renewed goals and a fresh outlook.
It’s time again to bid farewell to another year and sing another chorus of Auld Lang Syne. And after the whirlwind of PPACA challenges in 2014, many employers are probably happy to move on.
Today’s post comes to us compliments of Ken Mason at Spencer Fane Britt and Browne LLP.
The office holiday party. It’s one of the most popular events of the season. It’s a great time for employees to socialize together away from work, and a chance for employers to give something back to their workers for their hard work throughout the year.
Some say the recession is finally over. We’ll leave it to the economists to make the final call, but one thing we know for sure is that voluntary benefits continue to gain popularity – with employers and employees alike.