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IRS Provides New Flexibility for Cafeteria Plans, Flexible Spending Accounts

USA - May 13 2020 Continuing its approach toward relaxing employee benefit rules and providing flexibility to employees in addressing the many challenges caused by the…

Michael G. McNally.

New Relief for Employee Benefit Plans and Participants

USA - May 6 2020 Providing sweeping relief to employee benefit plan sponsors, participants and beneficiaries impacted by the COVID-19 emergency, the Employee Benefits…

Summary of CARES Act Provisions Affecting Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans

USA - March 31 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act or CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020, includes many employment and employee benefit…

Brian G. Belisle, Michael G. McNally, Pamela A. Thein, Seth I. Corbin.

CARES Act Provides Relief With Respect to Taxpayers’ Retirement Assets

USA - March 27 2020 The recently passed CARES Act includes various provisions which may afford financial relief to individuals with respect to their IRAs and retirement…

Adam M. Grenker.

New limit on health flexible spending about to take effect

USA - December 14 2012 Among the many changes made by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 is the imposition of a statutory limit on the amount of salary reduction contributions that may be made by employees to a health flexible spending or medical expense reimbursement account.