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When does the term “TPA” not refer to an employer’s medical plan? When Massachusetts sends employers letters explaining its newest tax assessment

When does the term “TPA” not refer to an employer’s medical plan? When Massachusetts sends employers letters explaining its newest tax assessment

Massachusetts has started mailing employer letters explaining the operation of a new tax assessment that will apply beginning on April 30. Unfortunately, the letter is confusing and could lead some employers to erroneously conclude they must designate their medical...

Deadlines and Reminders

Compliance deadlines for health and welfare plans continue to abound as we start 2015. In the listing below, we focus on compliance deadlines during the first half of 2015. Although Jan. 1 has passed, we have also included items having compliance deadlines related to...

Crisis Averted…or Merely Postponed? – The Fiscal Cliff Deal and What It Means for Employer Benefit Plans

President Obama signed into law on Wednesday the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, a last minute compromise by federal lawmakers that pulled the nation away from the “fiscal cliff.” The law makes permanent numerous federal tax provisions scheduled to expire on...