A provision tucked into a small business jobs bill that Congress just passed would broaden the appeal of 401(k) plans.
There are no exceptions: Fiduciaries must forward employees’ 401(k) contributions to the plan in a timely manner. Failure to do so results in steep penalties.
It took a while, but employers finally have some sold guidance on how to design their wellness program incentives so they don’t violate the ADA.
What’s ahead for employers during President Obama’s second term? In this guest post, a group of employment attorneys from the law firm Cozen O’Connor collaborate to tell us what to expect.
It sounds so sweet: Reports say, healthcare cost inflation is diminishing. Are they too good to be true?
It’s no surprise healthcare costs will increase in 2013. They increase every year. But what may surprise you is the extent to which they’ll increase.
What’s the prescription for bringing healthcare costs under control? It’s not a single cure-all, but rather a series of medications designed to work together to keep your health plan costs from crippling you.
To pass muster with the ACA, and not trigger any penalties, the health plans of applicable large employers must pass three tests.
Has your company resumed matching employee contributions to your 401(k) plan? If not, you’re behind the curve.
Recently, The Wall Street Journal asked a financial adviser a question many young workers are struggling with: Should they focus on paying off their student loans or join their employer’s 401(k) and collect the company match?
Last month, President Bush signed the Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax Act of 2008 (HEART Act) into law to provide enhanced benefits for military personnel.
Employers have one more week to make sure they’re in compliance with the new restrictions on health reimbursement accounts (HRAs) and flexible spending accounts (FSAs).
We asked 346 HR managers whether their employer increased employee contributions for health coverage in 2009. Here’s what they said.
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