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Another month down, but things are heating up with current HR trends. From the gender pay gap to hybrid work, here are the hottest topics in employment and HR for June 2022!
Most health plan renewal responsibilities typically fall on the shoulders of an employer’s HR department. However, that doesn’t mean that other upper-level executives don’t have a part to play during this crucial season.
In this article, we discuss:
1. Annual PCORI Fee and Filing Reminder
2. CMS Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2023
3.A Family Glitch Fix, Maybe
4. Grandmother Plans, Indefinite Extension

Educate and energize your co-workers with the recognition of National Health Observances (NHOs). NHOs are special days, weeks, or months dedicated to raising awareness about important health topics. Our CBIZ Wellbeing team highlights key observances and resources to help our clients make each month more meaningful & exciting!

The Senate Finance Committee introduced its counterpart to House-passed legislation that aims to make it easier for Americans to save for retirement.

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently issued new guidance that makes several important changes to the accounting treatment for troubled debt restructurings (TDRs). 

In this article, we will outline ways your mobile device can become infected, what signs to expect from an attack, and how to secure your mobile device.

Congressional lawmakers are looking for ways to revive a bipartisan tax credit for retaining employees that prematurely ended last year without overwhelming the IRS' limited resources needed to administer the incentive, a senior Democratic tax staff member said Friday.

Many organizations receiving federal financial assistance because of the COVID-19 pandemic are subject to Single Audit rules for the first time. Several other organizations that previously had Single Audits are now receiving new COVID-19-related funding.

The OMB Compliance Supplement tests the Single Audit compliance for entities with fiscal year-ends of June 30, 2022, and thereafter.

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