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The CARES Act – Tips for Individuals and Families

The American household has drastically changed with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Parents are working from home while children are learning in virtual classrooms.  Some families are experiencing food uncertainty and loss of employment

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IRS Says Play or Pay Penalties Have No Statute of Limitations

In an unexpected announcement, the IRS recently stated that there is no statute of limitations for penalties assessed against employers that fail to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate. It’s a slightly ominous

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COVID-19 Situation May Create Qualified Status Changes

Wondering whether you can allow employees to make mid-year benefits election changes based on the COVID-19 situation? The answer is yes – and no. Dependent Care FSA Changes We’ve heard from clients whose employees want

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Coronavirus Legislation Creates New Family Paid Leave Requirements

Legislation signed into law earlier this week has created two new federal paid leave requirements for employees who miss work due to a variety of coronavirus-related situations. Effective starting April 1, 2020, the new requirements

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Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19

Almost every business is scrambling to manage the potential effects of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. And rightly so. Whether they’re concerned about protecting employees and clients or anticipating the effects of supply-chain slowdowns or quarantines,

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Early construction market outlook positive for 12+ months

If there’s one thing constant about the markets, it’s that they’re always changing. And the coronavirus is challenging all current assumptions about the construction market outlook. Supply chain slowdowns are already affecting construction sites, and

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Don’t Forget to Check Your ACA Reporting Forms Before Filing

Employers that are subject to the ACA’s employer mandate (generally, those with 50 or more full-time employees) should be well on their way to completing their 1095-C and 1094-C forms, which are to be sent

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