Jan. Webinar: New Retirement Plan Fee Disclosure Rules

Deadlines for the new 401(k) and 403(b) plan fee disclosure requirements are upon us. Learn what you need to know to comply.

Employers Target Prescription Plans to Save Costs

While many aspects of health care costs can’t be controlled by employers, many businesses are finding savings with smart pharmacy benefit management.

Benefits Briefing: Extension of Trade Adjustment Assistance Affects Certain COBRA Coverage

The Trade Act of 2002 created a health care tax credit (HCTC) for certain individuals who become eligible for trade adjustment assistance (TAA eligible individuals), as well as for certain retired employees who are receiving pension payments from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC recipients).

No Matter What, PPACA Ruling Will Impact Employers

Whether the Supreme Court rules for or against the health care reform law, employers likely will have to make adjustments to remain compliant.

Health Plan Assessed Double Damages for MSP Violation

A federal appeals court has held that the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Act authorizes a medical provider to sue an employer health plan for double damages when the plan fails to comply with the MSP Act.

NLRB Passes Limited Version of Election Rule Change

A divided National Labor Relations Board has voted to move ahead with union-backed election rule changes.

News Briefs: CLASS Act Dumped

CLASS Act; Transit Taxes; Inflation Limits; Promotion Over Pay; W-2 News; Women at Work.

Benefits Briefing: Deadlines Approaching for Retirement Plan Amendments

Once again, amendment season is upon us. Sponsors of tax-favored retirement plans should keep in mind the many required amendments for which a year-end deadline is fast approaching.

Employers Return Attention to Retirement Benefits

As more signs of an improving economy bubble up, more employers are making tweaks to their retirement benefits to make them more attractive.

Benefits Briefing: Health Care Reform – What Is Going Away?

The tide of regulations interpreting the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) began to ebb in 2011, and portions of the law have even been repealed or put on hold.