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Dana Scott Fried

Loeb & Loeb LLP

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Employer shared responsibility proposed regulations

USA - January 9 2013 Although employers are not required to provide health care benefits for their employees, beginning in 2014, under the Patient Protection and Affordable...

IRS announces 2013 tax-qualified retirement plan limitationsthresholds

USA - October 19 2012 Click here to view the table....

Affordable Care Act health insurance premium rebates

USA - July 31 2012 If your company maintains a fully insured group health plan, it may have received - or will soon receive - a check from its insurer under the requirements of the so-called "8515 Rule" of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which sets a 15 percent threshold (20 percent for certain smaller employers) on the amount of premium dollars insurers can spend on administrative costs (salaries, sales and advertising)....

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IRS announces 2012 tax-qualified retirement plan limitationsthresholds

USA - October 27 2011 Click here to view the table....

Income tax concerns in connection with severance-related release agreements

USA - February 11 2011 It is a common practice for the payment of a severance benefit to be conditioned upon the severed individual's execution of an agreement containing a release of claims against the ex-employer....