As we approach the end of the year, it is important to remind employers about New York’s Notice of Pay requirements.
A coming storm of increased tax rates is encouraging high net worth individuals and business owners to migrate to new lands and to take refuge in the Roth IRA’s tax benefits.
Earlier this month, the Department of Labor (DOL) released the long-awaited final service provider fee disclosure regulation under Section 408(b)(2) of ERISA.
Earlier this month, the Department of Labor released the long-awaited final service provider fee disclosure regulation under Section 408(b)(2) of ERISA.
The first three quarters of 2011 saw significant changes to the federal health care reform laws (the Affordable Care Act or ACA).
Employers in New Jersey have long been required by regulation to provide instructions for claiming unemployment benefits to workers who become unemployed.
A recent amendment to New York City’s Human Rights Law, effective August 30, 2011, clarifies the rules pertaining to what New York City employers must demonstrate in order to lawfully refuse to accommodate the religious beliefs or practices of employees.
The Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) of the Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed dramatic changes to the rules that govern the relationship between employee benefit plans and those who provide investment advice and other financial services to plans and plan participants.
On July 14, 2010, the Departments of Treasury, Labor and Health and Human Services (the Departments) issued interim final regulations on preventive health services under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as amended.
For decades, many New York domestic workers have been exempt from protection under a number of New York state employment laws, and their employers have had wide latitude in establishing the terms and conditions of their employment.