Companies have been hoping that their wellness program incentives will help their health plans meet affordability and minimal value requirements under Obamacare. So chances are they won’t like the guidance the IRS just issued.
The IRS has released its new plan contribution limits for next year. Here’s what you’ll need to know for 2013.
The IRS has completed compiling data from a 401(k) questionnaire it sent to 1,200 plan sponsors. The findings show what the most popular plan features are.
It’s been reported that in 2006 and 2007, the IRS left nearly $300 million in uncollected tax dollars on the table because it failed to follow up on individuals’ retirement account withdrawal and contribution mistakes. But in the future, account holders may not be so lucky.
The Internal Revenue Service just issued guidance for employers and administrators of flexible spending accounts (FSAs) as they plan for the new rules that take effect in January 2013.
Benefits pros may be patiently waiting for the Supreme Court to say the health reform law can’t stand, but for the government agencies that are responsible for overseeing the law, it’s business as usual.
There are new health savings account (HSA) limits your plans will have to abide by.
Got all your COBRA procedures in line? Because it looks like the IRS could be stepping up its audit program.
If you feel there’s a chance you’ve misclassified an employee as an independent contractor, you’ll want to pay attention to this. The IRS has set out to reassure employers its Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP) won’t come back to bite them.
The latest round of IRS guidance helps answer questions employers have raised about the requirement to report the cost of workers’ health insurance on W-2s.