The Commonwealth of Massachusetts imposes two different health coverage reporting requirements on employers. The first is called HIRD and it applies to any employer with six or more workers in... The post Massachusetts: Health Plan Reporting Rules for Employers appeared first on ThinkHR.
Last year’s 2018 Holiday Party Survey by Challenger, Gray & Christmas found that just 65 percent of companies were holding holiday festivities last year, the lowest rate since the 2009... The post Celebrate the Season Safely appeared first on ThinkHR.
Last night, the IRS released DRAFTS of the forms and instructions that employers will use for 2019 reporting under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). It is expected the IRS will... The post IRS Releases Drafts of 2019 ACA Reporting Forms and Instructions appeared first on ThinkHR.
Today, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Notice 2019-59 announcing cost-of-living adjustments affecting dollar limits for pension plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2020. Many pension plan limits... The post IRS Announces 2020 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits appeared first on ThinkHR.
Today, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced annual inflation adjustments for more than 50 tax provisions, including an increase in voluntary employee contributions to employer-sponsored healthcare flexible spending arrangements (HFSAs)... The post IRS Announces 2020 Limits for Health FSAs and Transit Benefits appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question: Does California require employers to provide notices about flexible spending accounts (FSAs)? What is required? If the third-party administrator provides the notice, does the employer also have to do... The post Ask the Experts: California’s FSA Notice Requirement appeared first on ThinkHR.