These small business owners and employees took saving for their retirement seriously and now stand to have their beneficiaries face disastrous income tax treatment by changing the rules in the last 5 minutes of the game.Read More
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Days after D.C.’s groundbreaking paid leave act becomes law, the D.C. Council begins considering changes to its paid leave regime.Read More
New law provides D.C. employees with 8 weeks of paid parental leave, 6 weeks of paid family leave, and 2 weeks of paid medical leave, and imposes new obligations on employers.Read More
Companies, particularly start ups, often issue stock options to incentivize and reward select employees. Properly structured stock options can be a great recruiting tool but a poorly structured stock option can have a nasty tax surprise for the employee.Read More
On October 31, 2013 in Notice 2013-71 the IRS announced a modification to the “use or lose” rule for Health Flexible Spending Arrangements (Health FSAs). Health FSAs permit employers to reimburse employees for health care expenses, such as deductibles and co-pays. In general, these plans are funded by employees through salary reduction agreements.Read More