18 Oct 2018
October 18, 2018

The IRS Looks Into Executive Compliance

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Executive compensation has evolved dramatically in recent years — in creativity, complexity and dollar value. How so? Stock options, deferred compensation, fringe benefits and other non-cash alternative forms of compensation are becoming increasingly popular, comprising larger and larger parts of executives’ overall compensation packages. Why is the IRS taking note? There are multifaceted tax implications,.. read more →

18 Oct 2018
October 18, 2018

Is a 1031 Exchange Right for You?

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A 1031 exchange, on the surface, is a simple yet powerful technique that helps real estate investors. It lets investors essentially “trade” properties while postponing taxes. But the rules are complicated, and there have been some recent changes investors should know about. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act continues to allow investment property owners to.. read more →

The ACA requires that employers with 50 or more full-time-equivalent employees provide minimum essential coverage that is affordable — or face a penalty for not complying. The affordability requirement is satisfied if an employee’s premium for self-only coverage does not exceed a specific percentage of their household income or a certain safe harbor amount. Percentage.. read more →

18 Oct 2018
October 18, 2018

Know the FMLA Notice Requirements

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Whenever an employee needs to take leave under the Family Medical Leave Act, he or she must inform the company as soon as possible. Failure to notify the company within the time frame specified under the FMLA or failure to follow company policy for requesting FMLA leave may result in coverage being delayed or denied… read more →