A False Claims Act lawsuit was filed by a data analytics company alleging inappropriate business practices of Providence and its […]
Recently, California passed a sweeping new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “Act”), which is being […]
New Reporting Requirements for Applicable Large Employers under the ACA Under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), Applicable Large Employers (“ALEs”) […]
President Obama’s proposed 2016 budget contains new provisions as well as some from previous budgets – it includes plans to […]
The IRS recently issued Notice 2013-61 to provide streamlined alternative procedures to allow employers and employees to claim refunds or adjustments for 2013 and prior years for employee benefits provided to same-sex spouses. Until the recent Supreme Court decision in Windsor, employers withheld and paid income and employment taxes on employee benefits provided to the same-sex spouse of an employee because the marriage was not recognized for Federal income tax purposes.
Nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements are subject to special rules regarding when FICA tax must be paid. The recent case of […]