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Although more guidance will be forthcoming from the IRS and DOL on the SECURE Act provisions, employers should be aware that some changes impact 401(k) and 403(b) plans as early as January 1, 2020.
With the release of Notice 2019-59 the IRS has announced the cost-of-living adjustments for pension plans and other related items for the 2020 tax year.
Though Opportunity Zones are being leveraged to garner millions of dollars of investment for Erie, critics of the Incentive claim that, as a whole, Opportunity Zones have only added to the capital stack of deals that would have been made regardless of the Tax Incentive—and they’re not completely wrong.
The Opportunity Zones Federal Tax Incentive is best utilized when all community partners work together to achieve its success. Although the initiative is not a governmentprogram, this does not mean that government is a silent bystander.
By enticing investors with tax free growth, Opportunity Zones work to give low-income communities a “shot in the arm” and a chance at making a deal that may not otherwise be possible, possible. In short, Opportunity Zones present opportunity.
If news headlines about cyber-attacks and data breaches have not yet frightened you to examine and bolster the security measures protecting your retirement plan assets, what kind of an epiphany are you waiting for?
Mergers and acquisitions among insurance agencies and brokers in the United States and Canada continue to occur at record levels.
With the release of Notice 2018-83, the IRS has announced the cost-of-living adjustments for pension plans and other related items for the 2019 tax year.
In addition to various Federal requirements such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) that impose obligations on entities to disclose the occurrence of data breaches involving personal information, Pennsylvania law imposes breach notification requirements.
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that it will begin issuing letters regarding potential pay or play penalties to Applicable Large Employers (“ALE”) for the year 2015. Indications are that employers will begin receiving the letters in December 2017 – Happy Holidays!
With the release of Notice 2017-64 the IRS has announced the cost of living adjustments for pension plans and other related items for the 2018 tax year.
What Forest Landowners Need to Know About Estate Planning and Forest Preservation from a Legal Perspective
Facebook, the Right-to-Know Law, and the First Amendment: What Public Entities and Officials Need to Know
What public officials post on Facebook may now be considered to be public records.
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