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New Jersey Expands Disability and Leave Benefits to Address COVID-19

 New Jersey  amends the NJFLA and FLI to provide job protected, paid leave to care for family members quarantined due to COVID-19. This also provides job-protected unpaid leave to care for children due to school closures.   Employer Action: Employers should review leave policies to ensure compliance with the new guidance. Download the PDF to read…

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New Guidance Offers Relief and Extends Deadlines for Benefit Plans

The Department of Labor’s Employee Benefit Security Administration and the Treasury Department issued a guidance regarding employee and employer relief as well as revised model COBRA notices. Read the article below to learn more!            

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Copy of Seminar Presentation on 2017 Changes to Employment Laws and Benefits

Please find a copy of the program presentation from our seminar Monday on “2017 Changes to Employment Laws and Benefits.” We hope to see you at the next event. Should you have any questions regarding the topic discussed, please feel free to contact the speakers: Andrew W. Singer Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP 212-508-6723…

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Deadline Extension for 2016 Forms 1095-C

On November 18, 2016, the IRS issued Notice 2016-70 which provides a limited extension of time for employers to provide 2016 Forms 1095-C to individuals. It also extends good-faith transition relief from certain penalties for the 2016 reporting year. Q1: What Was Extended? A1: 2016 Forms 1095-C statements must be furnished to individuals by March…

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Be Aware of HHS Penalties Increase

On September 6, 2016, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued an interim final regulation that adjusts civil penalties for inflation. Violations include: Failure to provide information to HHS Secretary Failure to provide the Summary of Benefits Coverage Violations of HIPAA regulations Employer’s adding incentives to individuals entitled to Medicaid benefits so that they…

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