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IRS Clarifies Treatment of Transportation Fringe Benefits for Tax-Exempt Employers

The IRS recently released subsequent guidance on an issue we discussed in a previous Our Thoughts On article (see here). In late March, the agency updated

IRS Releases FAQs on Family Medical Leave Act Credit

The IRS recently posted to its website FAQs regarding the new Internal Revenue Code Section 45S, "Employer Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave"

Weathering Volatile Markets

Over the past few months, investors have had to deal with increased market volatility, a trend that could well persist for some time to come. As concerns

2017 TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT: EFFECT OF TRANSPORTATION FRINGE BENEFITS ON UNRELATED BUSINESS TAXABLE INCOME (UBTI)

Under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Section 274(a) of the Internal Revenue Code includes a new provision that expressly disallows deductions for “the
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2018 Retirement Plan Limitations

Update to the original article: On October 13, 2017, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that the maximum amount of earnings subject to

IRS Announces Updates for Contribution Limits and Income Thresholds for Retirement Plans in 2018

Employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b) or 457(b) plans will be able to contribute up to $18,500 in 2018, up from $18,000 for 2017. This limit is aggregated

Maximizing Retirement Benefits for Key Employees

As a general rule, the Internal Revenue Code requires that a qualified retirement plan cannot discriminate in favor of highly compensated employees (HCEs)

Principal PFIO Class Action Lawsuit

If you are a retirement plan sponsor utilizing Principal as your service provider, you may have seen that Principal was recently named as defendant in
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Roth 401(k) Trivia: What You May Not Know

401(k) plans have been around since 1981; however, the conception for the establishment of such plans was included in the Revenue Act of 1978 whereby Congress

DOL Delays Applicability of Fiduciary Rule, but the Horse is Out of the Barn...

The Department of Labor has delayed by 60 days the applicability date of the long-debated Fiduciary Rule. The rule was to be effective April 10 and now
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