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NYC Employers Must Offer Pre-Tax Transit Benefits in 2016
As of Jan. 1, 2016, New York City private employers with 20 or more full-time employees will be required to offer pretax transit benefits to their full-time employees. The new law is enforce
E-Verify to Delete Records Older Than 10 Years
Have you been using E-Verify for more than a decade? If so, a recent action by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may affect you.
Thousands May Lose Health Insurance Subsidies
Did you qualify for health insurance subsidies in 2014? And did you account for them on your tax return? If not, you may be at risk of losing health insurance subsidies come January.
Low-Wage Employees Fall Through ACA Gap
Small businesses may be concerned that adding employees to their health plan will put them under, yet research reveals that their actual costs are far less than anticipated because many empl
California Governor Signs Bill to Close the Wage Gap
Yesterday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed the California Fair Pay Act. “The inequities that have plagued our state and have burdened women forever are slowly being resolved with this kind of bill,” Brown said.
Employees Expected to Bear More Costs with 2018 “Cadillac Tax”
Health care premiums are on the rise. In fact, employment-based health insurance premiums rose by 4 percent this year. But the increase in health care costs pales in comparison to the substantial increase in deductibles.
3 Guidelines for Executing Wage Garnishments for Tipped Employees
Executing a wage garnishment for a tipped employee can be pretty straightforward. At first.
What You Need to Know about the ACA’s ‘Cadillac Tax’
The Cadillac brand is synonymous with American-made luxury and now, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it is commonly identified as an excise tax that employers offering high-cost insurance plans are likely to face beginning in 2018.
California- Labor Law Update
California employers already have a myriad of employment laws to comply with, so what’s one more? California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into state law the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014. Effective July 1, 2015, all employers — no matter the size — must provide paid sick time to their employees, including part-time and seasonal workers who have worked at least 30 days in a year.