When the Supreme Court convenes in March to consider the constitutionality of the health reform law’s individual mandate, it must first answer this: Is it even allowed to rule on the mandate?
Companies guilty of improperly classifying employees as independent contractors have just been given a big break — or have they?
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.
Great news: The IRS has eliminated one major headache for employers associated with a common fringe benefit — cell phones.
The healthcare reform law’s dependent coverage rule doesn’t extend to health savings accounts (HSAs) – and it’s bound to cause some problems.
As if employers’ bank accounts haven’t been stretched thin enough already, it looks like businesses may be staring down the barrel of more tax increases.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees healthcare reform as a deeply flawed law, and it’s going to do its part to see that it gets changed.
There’s one less reporting burden Payroll will have at year-end – at least temporarily.
Investing five minutes of your time could help your employees cut down their income taxes — and expand your fringe benefit offerings.
A new law signed recently by President Obama may have certain employees knocking on your door with state tax questions.