Three Facts Every Employer Should Know When Considering Student Loan Repayment Benefits in Educational Assistance Programs

Congress created a temporary employee benefit under the CARES Act that allows employers to contribute up to $5,250 per year against employee student loan repayments. These payments can be excluded from taxable income and are not subject to payroll tax. … Continue reading

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IRS Publishes 2019 Required Amendments List

In our 2019 End of Year Plan Sponsor “To Do” List (Part 3) Qualified Plans, we suggested that sponsors of all qualified retirement plans should be on the lookout for the Internal Revenue Service’s (“IRS”) 2019 Required Amendments List (“2019 … Continue reading

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IRS Delivers Belated Christmas Gift – Extends ACA Reporting Deadlines

The IRS delivered a late Christmas gift December 28, 2015 when, in Notice 2016-4, it extended the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) reporting deadlines.  The new deadlines affect distribution and filing of Forms 1094 and 1095 for calendar year 2015 and … Continue reading

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