Explore CBIZ’s latest insights on the critical issues that help advance accounting, tax, insurance, HR and much more at your organization. Search for exactly what you need to succeed below.
February 25, 2012
Using Partnerships to Raise Capital (article)
New York Sales Taxation of Information Services – A Cautionary Tale (article)
February 23, 2012
New Rules for Tax Exempt Organizations Allows States More Access to Internal Revenue Service Records (article)
IRS’ Exempt Organization Division Outlines Ambitious 2012 Work Plan (article)
February 17, 2012
IRS Issues Comprehensive Proposed Regulations on Foreign Account Compliance (article)
February 15, 2012
Work Opportunity Credit for Qualified Veterans Expanded (article)
February 13, 2012
HRB 46 - Preventive Health Services for Women: Regulations Final – Limited Exception for Certain Church Plans
February 10, 2012
HRB 45 - ACA Updates
The governing Agencies (HHS, IRS and DOL) responsible for interpreting and regulating the Affordable Care Act (ACA), have been busy these last days issuing guidance to employers. Of particular note, we now have guidance on ACA’s requirement for a uniform summary of benefits and coverage (SBC).
February 8, 2012
Reminder: Triennial HIPAA Privacy Notice Obligation
Large group health plans that became subject to the HIPAA Privacy Rules by April 14, 2003 are fast approaching the 9th anniversary of HIPAA privacy applicability. This means that it is time to distribute the triennial reminder notice to covered individuals regarding the availability of their Notice of Privacy Practices and how to obtain one.
Medicare Part D Reminder: Annual Disclosure Notice to CMS
Group health plans are required to submit an annual report to CMS describing whether the prescription drug coverage is creditable or not creditable. This filing must be accomplished electronically, and is due within 60 days of the beginning of the plan year. For calendar year plans, this means March 1, 2012. CMS provides guidance and instructions to assist in completion with this annual reporting requirement.