When a worker moves across international borders, the cost can be significant, and there could be a substantial impact on the worker’s future retirement benefits.
Employees may exclude from gross income the value of leave donated to their employers funding payments to relieve victims of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Health savings account maximum contributions, along with minimum deductibles and maximum out-of-pocket expenses of accompanying high-deductible health plans, will be higher next year.
The existing benchmark of self-only coverage “unduly weakens” the purpose of the Affordable Care Act, the IRS and Treasury say, noting a presidential executive order to strengthen and protect the act.
Legislation augmenting the SECURE Act of 2019 now goes to the Senate after passing the House.
Proposed regulations provide an exception from the “unified plan rule” for multiple-employer plans consistent with the SECURE Act and give guidance on how to implement the exception.
The regulations governing required minimum distributions from retirement plans would be updated to reflect various recent statutory changes under proposed regulations released on Wednesday.
A taxpayer has taken a distribution from a self-directed IRA if he or she takes physical possession of IRA assets;
Under IRS guidance, employers are required to report qualified sick leave or family leave wages paid in 2021 either in box 14, “Other,” of Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, or in a separate statement.
The IRS issued the annual update of the mileage rate taxpayers may use to compute their deductible automobile costs.
The TCJA significantly affected the tax treatment of executive compensation and employee fringe benefits, amending deduction limitations in Sec. 240 and Sec. 162(m) and enacting a new excise tax under Sec. 4960 on excessive tax-exempt organization executive compensation.
Proposed regulations would permanently allow an automatic extension for furnishing health care Forms 1095-B and 1095-C and would also specify that Medicaid services to test for and diagnose COVID-19 are not “minimum essential coverage.”
The IRS issued the adjusted ceilings, thresholds, and limitations for various retirement plans and individual retirement accounts for 2022.
Sec. 83(i) allows a qualified employee to defer income inclusion from the exercise of a restricted stock unit or option of the qualified stock of a nonpublicly traded corporation for up to five years from the date of vesting.
The IRS has supplemented its guidance on COBRA premium payment assistance and the corresponding business tax credit under the American Rescue Plan Act.
The proposal would raise tax rates for corporations and individuals and make many other changes to the Internal Revenue Code.
Information reporting on Form W-2 or a separate statement allows self-employed taxpayers to claim qualified sick leave and qualified family leave equivalent credits.
Careful planning upfront is needed to ensure the equity plan satisfies the goal of incentivizing and retaining employees while avoiding any pitfalls under the Internal Revenue Code.
Dependent care assistance program benefits carried over or available during an extended claims period under special temporary COVID-19 relief provisions retain their status as excludable from employees’ gross income and wages, the IRS explains in a notice.
The IRS answered questions concerning COBRA continuation coverage premium assistance and the corresponding tax credit that employers, plan administrators, and insurers may claim under the American Rescue Plan Act.