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New Puerto Rico tax code means significant changes to retirement plans for Puerto Rico employees

Puerto Rico - March 7 2011 Employers with Puerto Rico employees should consider significant changes to the requirements for qualified retirement plans made by a new Puerto Rico tax code.

Jeffrey M. Holdvogt.

IRS Announces Employee Benefit Plan Limits for 2018

USA - October 20 2017 Recently the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Social Security Administration announced the cost-of-living adjustments to the applicable dollar…

Jeffrey M. Holdvogt, Jacob Mattinson.

Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation

USA - March 28 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) raises serious concerns for employers of all shapes and sizes, across all industries and in every business sector. As the…

Evan A. Belosa, Sarah L. Engle, Joshua N. Lerner, Andrew C. Liazos, Jacob Mattinson, William R. Pomierski, Erin Turley, Judith Wethall, Allison Wilkerson.

Supreme Court ruling on DOMA could lead to refunds of federal taxes

USA - June 11 2013 Employers providing benefits for employees' same-sex spouses may want to consider the availability of federal payroll tax refunds if the Supreme…

Todd A. Solomon.

New California law affects state taxation of employer tax gross-ups for domestic partners

USA - October 29 2013 The California state legislature recently enacted a law that may affect the taxation of benefits an employer provides to same-sex domestic partners in…

Todd A. Solomon.