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    Sharon Kowal Freilich has more than 25 years of experience in counseling businesses, professionals, cities, towns and individuals on a wide range of pension and employee benefit matters.  She practices in Pullman & Comley's ...

A Cautionary Tale for Retirement Plan Sponsors' Avoidable Late Filing Penalties
Deadline
Supreme Court’s Sulyma Decision Creates Proof of Actual Knowledge Issue for Plan Fiduciaries
SCOTUS
Should Employers Stop Withholding Employees’ Share of Social Security Tax in September? (Part 2)
Social Security Tax
Should Employers Stop Withholding Employees' Share of Social Security Tax in September?
Social Security Tax
IRS Issues FAQs Regarding CARES Act Distributions and Loans from Employee Benefit Plans
CARES/American Rescue Plan
More Disaster Relief for Employee Benefit Plans Due to COVID-19
COVID
Update: July 15, 2020 is the Last Day for Making IRA and HSA Contributions
Deadline
The CARES Act Impacts Qualified Retirement Plans and IRAs: Temporary Relief for Employees, Plan Participants and IRA Owners
CARES/American Rescue Plan
CMS FAQ re Essential Health Coverage and the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Federal Family and Medical Leave Act and COVID-19
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WHAT TAX-EXEMPT ENTITIES WITH NO MILLION DOLLAR PLUS EMPLOYEES SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SECTION 4960 EXCISE TAXES
“CURES ACT” Authorizes Small Employers to Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance Costs
House Passes Small Business Healthcare Relief Act
Deadline Extended For ACA Information Reporting Forms
Medical Insurance Premium Reimbursement -- A Brief Reprieve for Small Employers
New Guidance - Is that Rollover Contribution Valid?
Stand-Alone Health Reimbursement Arrangements May Not Be Dead After All
Connecticut Law Requires Employers to Adopt Cafeteria Plans

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