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Author: Eric Gregory

In Surprising Memo, IRS Concludes There is No Statute of Limitations on Affordable Care Act “Pay or Play” Taxes: What Steps Employers Should Take Now

In an unexpected memo from the IRS, the Office of Chief Counsel has concluded that the filing of Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) returns does not start the statute of limitations on the Employer Shared Responsibility Payments...

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The DOL Proposes New “Notice and Access” Electronic Disclosure Rules for Retirement Plans, but Numerous Questions and Issues Remain

The Department of Labor (“DOL”) has proposed a new safe harbor to allow employers to furnish information to participants and beneficiaries subject to ERISA. While it is a welcome update to the DOL’s woefully outdated disclosure...

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Considerations for Plan Sponsors Who Discover Unauthorized Workers in their Retirement Plans, Part 2: Tax Reporting, Withholding, and Missing Participants

With immigration enforcement in the news, some employers may be wondering what responsibilities they have related to their retirement plans, if an employer discovers that an employee lacks documentation to demonstrate they are...

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