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IRS Provides Guidance on Distribution and Contribution Provisions in CARES Act

July 9, 2020

IRS Provides Guidance on Distribution and Contribution Provisions in CARES Act

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued three notices that provided welcome guidance on provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was signed into law on March 27, 2020.

Attorneys Accused Of Fraud In Hawking Easement Tax Scheme

July 9, 2020

Attorneys Accused Of Fraud In Hawking Easement Tax Scheme

Georgia-based attorneys, accountants and appraisers conspired to defraud hundreds, if not thousands, of individual investors by marketing syndicated conservation easement schemes they knew wouldn't pass muster with the IRS, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.

Reporting Requirements Impact Private Colleges and Universities

July 9, 2020

Reporting Requirements Impact Private Colleges and Universities

Private colleges and universities face reporting changes.

July 8, 2020

Wellbeing Insights - July 2020 (newsletter)

We hope you enjoy the July 2020 issue of Wellbeing Insights, our employee wellbeing newsletter that offers practical tips to inspire readers to make healthy changes in their lives. Please check out our 

Wellbeing Consulting page and contact us if we can help.

 



Massachusetts: MCC Updates

July 8, 2020 By Karen McLeese

Massachusetts: MCC Updates

Massachusetts has issued the minimum creditable coverage (MCC) cost of living adjustments for the 2021 tax year. 

New ACA Preventive Services

July 8, 2020 By Karen McLeese

New ACA Preventive Services

The Affordable Care Act requires health plans to cover certain preventive services, without imposing any cost-sharing requirements, when such services are delivered by in-network providers.  The types of covered preventive services, some of which are recommended by the U. S. Preventive Services Task Force, are updated periodically. 

Disaster Relief Donation Option

July 8, 2020 By Karen McLeese

Disaster Relief Donation Option

Often when a significant national or local emergency or disaster event occurs, an employee may wish to assist those individuals impacted by the event by donating his/her unused paid time off.  Specific to the coronavirus pandemic, the IRS developed a mechanism to provide certain tax relief for employees and employers to facilitate this process. 

Supreme Court Rules on Sex

July 8, 2020 By Karen McLeese

Supreme Court Rules on Sex

In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court determined that sex is inextricably connected with gender identity and sexual orientation.  Therefore, the Title VII definition of sex is defined broadly to include all matters relating to sex. 

Oregon Clarifies Corporate Activity Tax, Including Foreign Exclusions

July 8, 2020

Oregon Clarifies Corporate Activity Tax, Including Foreign Exclusions

Oregon is allowing the exclusion of certain foreign entities from tax filing groups in calculating the state's corporate activity tax and clarifying other aspects of the tax under a bill signed by the governor.

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