A bill that’s been introduced in both the House and Senate threatens to add more paperwork to your ever-expanding to-do list.
Here are two scary stats for those looking to create a retirement nest egg:
Should employees be allowed to use their retirement nest egg to save them from foreclosure? Some on Capital Hill think so.
Quietly tucked inside President Obama’s 155-page jobs bill is a provision to count a portion of the value of health benefits provided to certain individuals as taxable income.
The areas where businesses are required to provide paid sick leave to employees are starting to add up. Several cities and states could be next in line.
A cost-analysis by the Consumer Healthcare Products Association found 50 million unnecessary visits to doctors could be eliminated and billions saved if the health reform law’s over-the-counter (OTC) drug restrictions were lifted.
If this new piece of legislation were to pass, employers wouldn’t have to take orders from the Department of Labor (DOL) any more.
Kiss two controversial requirements of the healthcare reform law goodbye.
The House Ways and Means Committee just approved a new bill that could halt the tax-free reimbursement of abortion expenses from flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs).
An economic stimulus bill passed in February 2009 created a subsidy that covered 65% of the COBRA premium for laid-off employees. Now we know how much the subsidy program cost taxpayers.