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A Republican proposal to reduce the increase in weekly benefits by $ 600 for those unemployed due to the coronavirus shutdown could lead to weeks, or even months, of late payments in some states. Older computer systems that took weeks to set up for the initial improvement in federal unemployment are expected to be reprogrammed …

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company (Reliance Standard), a leading group insurance company specializing in employee benefit solutions for businesses of all sizes, launched RSL Complete®, a dental benefits plan and Integrated visuals for employers with 10 or more employees. To help families familiarize themselves with preventative and routine dental …

Small business owners can protect their bottom line from taxes with a defined benefit pension plan. NurPhoto via Getty Images Paying less taxes is imperative for small business owners and employees. 2020 will be a tough year for many business owners, but if your business still generates a good income, you could benefit greatly from …

The United States Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration and the IRS recently issued the following coordinated guidelines providing additional relief to benefit plan sponsors, trustees, participants and beneficiaries who must overcome challenges related to employment. compliance with administrative requirements and deadlines under ERISA due to the COVID-19 outbreak and quarantine measures: EBSA Disaster …

The requirement to file audited financial statements with your benefit plan’s Form 5500 depends on whether your plan is considered a large or a small depositor, which is determined by the number of participants in your plan at the start of the plan. year of the plan. The participants in your plan are: All employees …

On May 8, 2020, the federal government of Canada clarified through questions and answers that Employment Insurance (EI) rules allow employers to make additional (“top-up”) payments to workers through Supplementary Unemployment Benefit (SPI) plans do not apply to employees receiving the Canada Emergency Benefit (CEP). The PCU offers temporary income support to workers who have …

updated on January 4, 2021 Update: Appropriation Act extends FSA relief The Consolidated Appropriations Act that President Trump signed in late 2020 allows employers who sponsor flexible spending accounts (FSAs) for health or dependents to allow participants to carry over any unused amounts in those accounts from 2020 to 2021 and from 2021 to 2022. …

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS extended certain deadlines affecting employee benefit plans, including the deadline for filing Form 5500 for plan years ending September to November 2019 The new deadline, announced in Notice 2020-23, is July 15, 2020. Separately, the US Department of Labor (DOL) is extending the Employee Retirement Income Security …

The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) has a dramatic impact on employee benefit plans, providing relief to eligible plan members and plan sponsors and expanded benefits to health plan members collectives. Relief for members of eligible pension plans With regard to qualified pension plans, the CARES law: Provides for a special ‘coronavirus-related …

Related practices and jurisdictions Thursday, January 30, 2020 For 2020, legislation enacted in December 2019 significantly increases the penalties imposed by the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) for the late filing of certain notices and reports on employee benefit plans. Additionally, a final rule issued by the Department of Labor (DOL) makes inflation adjustments to …