Chances are high that you have an employee who may be nearing retirement.
Today, virtually all businesses collect and store personal information about customers, employees, and others. The frequency of data breaches — the theft, loss or mistaken release of private information — is on the rise.
Who are the Millennials and why should employers engage them?
The new federal tax law, signed by President Trump in December, contains a number of provisions that will impact the workplace and employers.
On Dec. 20, 2017 Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which makes significant changes to individual and corporate provisions of the U.S. tax code, including a reduction in the corporate tax rate to 21%, down from 35%, beginning in 2018.
This month’s newsletter is a reminder to employers and employees of the new benefit limits beginning January 1, 2018.
Many employers were hoping for a pass or an extension on their filing and reporting responsibility in 2018. Unfortunately, at the writing of this newsletter, we have not received any guidance regarding IRS extensions to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) filing deadlines. The current mandates continue to be the law.
In preparation for the Medicare fall open enrollment period, employers sponsoring group health plans that
include prescription drug coverage are required to notify all Medicare-eligible individuals
This month’s newsletter addresses the national marketplace open enrollment for individual policies.