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Expanded DOL Disability Claims Procedure Rules Become Effective April 1

USA - March 28 2018 After much delay and uncertainty, the U.S. Department of Labor’s final rule on disability benefit claims procedures is set to become effective April...

Carolyn M. Trenda, Jessica S. Sackin, Robert B. Wynne.

2016 Disaster Relief - Welcome Changes, How to Implement?

USA - January 9 2018 For many employers who sponsor qualified retirement plans and have employees impacted by the various natural disasters that occurred in 2016, the 2017...

Allison P. Tanner, Taylor Wedge French.

The New Tax Rules for Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits

USA - December 29 2017 On Dec. 22, President Trump signed into law the 2017 Tax Act, the most comprehensive set of changes to the Internal Revenue Code since 1986. Some of...

Jeffrey R. Capwell, G. William Tysse, Taylor Wedge French, Robert M. Cipolla, Katie M. Rak, Carolyn M. Trenda, Maria P. Rasmussen.

GOP Tax Reform Bill: Major Impact on Employee Benefits

USA - November 6 2017 The House GOP tax reform bill introduced Nov. 2, 2017, would have a major impact on employee benefits, including executive compensation, qualified...

Robyn S. T. Carlson, G. William Tysse, Robert M. Cipolla, Robert B. Wynne, Maria P. Rasmussen.

Alternative to Affordable Care Act Congressional Repeal and Replace: Executive Branch Action

USA - November 2 2017 As part of the Executive Branch’s ongoing efforts to peel back portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and its companion...

Carolyn M. Trenda.