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Employment Law

PPE Now Considered Qualified Medical Expense

The IRS recently announced that personal protective equipment (PPE), i.e., masks, hand sanitizer, and sanitizing wipes, are treated as medical care under Code §213(d); as such, individuals may seek reimbursement under FSA and HSA plans for PPE expenses for periods beginning on or after January 1, 2020.    The run-out […]

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Mon Apr 12, 4:18pm

Employment Law

American Rescue Plan and Impacts to COBRA

If you self-administer the COBRA benefits at your business and you have been waiting for the DOL model notices and guidance involving the new COBRA premium subsidies under the American Rescue Plan Act click the link here.    If you have any questions on eligibility or administration of the COBRA […]

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Thu Apr 8, 4:16pm

Employment Law

COBRA and Dependent Care Changes Effective April 1, 2021

The new legislation signed into law by President Biden, known as The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, has important COBRA provisions that apply to self-funded and fully insured group health plans.  The law also contains important provisions that apply to dependent care assistance provided through an employer’s Section 125 […]

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Tue Mar 23, 5:16am

Employment Law

Be Aware of 401(k) Changes

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (the “SECURE Act”) was signed into law in December of 2019. With the business disruptions in 2020, we want to make sure these important changes aren’t overlooked by your company, including: Expansion of 401(k) eligibility for long-term, part-time employees.  Prior to […]

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Wed Feb 17, 11:28pm

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