Topic: Employee Benefits

New Guidance – Is that Rollover Contribution Valid?

Since 1992, the ability to move retirement money from one qualified plan to another qualified plan or individual retirement account has been simplified.  One hiccup in this easing process has been determining the level of due diligence the recipient plan must do to confirm that the proposed rollover contribution is coming from a valid source. …

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2014 Seminar Speaker Announced

We are pleased to announce that Paul Lambert of 360 Corporate Benefit Advisors, an independent employee benefits consulting agency with specific expertise in health and welfare consulting,  will be the lunchtime speaker at our upcoming seminar on March 14.  His topic is The Affordable Care Act—A View from Ground Zero.  Paul will cover how the…

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2014 Labor, Employment, Employee Benefits and Immigration Law Seminar

As part of Pullman & Comley’s ongoing seminar series addressing the latest legal developments affecting employers and the workplace, we are pleased to announce that our Spring Seminar will be held this year on Friday, March 14 in Norwalk. Topics will include: The Affordable Care Act: What Employers Need to Know Now The DOL’s “Misclassification…

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Stand-Alone Health Reimbursement Arrangements May Not Be Dead After All

Many employers offer employees Health Reimbursement Arrangements (“HRAs”) to assist employees meet their health care related expenses.  Often such employer funded arrangements are not “integrated” with an insured health plan, rather they are offered as a “stand-alone” arrangement.  On September 13, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service with the concurrence of the U.S. Departments of Labor…

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Connecticut Law Requires Employers to Adopt Cafeteria Plans

In 2007 Connecticut adopted a law  requiring employers to adopt cafeteria plans if their employees are required to pay a portion of the health insurance premium for employer-sponsored health insurance through payroll deduction.  Connecticut wanted to make sure that employees would have the opportunity to pay such premiums on a pre-tax basis.  This law did…

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