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December 4, 2019
By Karen McLeese
2020 Benefit Plan Limits
The IRS released several 2020 cost of living adjustments for various aspects of benefits including the flexible medical spending account cap, transportation and adoption assistance benefits, Archer MSA limits, long term care premium, the small business tax credit and small employer health reimbursement arrangements, the premium tax credit for coverage under a qualified health plan, plus announced an increase in certain reporting and disclosure penalties.
December 4, 2019
Technology Valuations and the Path to Profitability
Recent technology company initial public offerings have changed the landscape for early-stage tech companies. Here’s what technology companies and investors should know about their current marketplace.
December 3, 2019
How to Interact with an OSHA Inspector
Looking to avoid paying OSHA fines for violations? Here are tips to ensure that you are compliant and prepared for a surprise visit from an OSHA inspector.
Higher Education Student Safety and Liability
Universities can face a huge liability due to harm to students from negligence. Learn the steps to maintain your higher education student’s safety.
Your Guide to 2019 Accounting Changes
Both public and private companies have some major accounting updates that will affect their 2019 financial reporting. The following recaps what companies need to know to be prepared for year end, including the potential impact accounting changes could have on 2019 financial statements.
HRB 147 - Form 1095 Benefit Statement Issuance Date Delayed (article)
On December 2, 2019, the IRS issued Notice 2019-62, announcing the extension for providing the 2019 Form 1095-B and Form 1095-C disclosure statements to individuals to March 2, 2020.
In addition, the IRS also reinstates the good faith compliance standard for the 2019 reporting year.
Section 6055 of the Code requires health insurance issuers, self-insuring employers, government agencies, and other providers of minimum essential coverage to file and furnish annual information returns and statements regarding coverage provided. This Notice also provides some additional relief for those reporting individuals covered under 1095-B for the 2019 reporting year.
An Important Estate and Gift Tax Planning Question Answered
The IRS announced recently that enhanced estate and gift tax planning opportunities will not be clawed back once the provisions expire.
November 26, 2019
How to Get Your Data Analytics Program off the Ground
Data analytic tools offer a lot of promise, but in order for your organization to capitalize on the benefits of the technology, you need to ensure you have some groundwork in place. Here are a few steps to consider before implementing a data analytics program.
November 25, 2019
Proposed Rules Clarifying Carried Interest Limitation Expected Early 2020, Kautter Says
Treasury and the IRS are expected to release proposed rules in "early 2020" that would clarify certain limitations on the carried interest tax break, according to David Kautter, Treasury’s assistant secretary for tax policy.
November 20, 2019
How Not-for-Profits Can Find the Middle Ground between Efficiency and Innovation
Is your organization setting the bar for overhead expenses too low? The perceived harm of overspending on non-program related ventures could be stifling innovation in your organization. Here’s a guide on how to strike the right balance between budget and modernization.