In this presentation:
- United States v. Windsor
- IRS Revenue Ruling 2013-17
- IRS FAQs
- IRS Notice 2013-61
- Correction of employment tax overpayments for health and other fringe benefits
- IRS FAQs
- DOL Technical Release 2013-04
- Other Health and Welfare Benefit Implications
- Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Excerpt from: IRS Revenue Ruling 2013-17 For federal tax purposes:
- “Marriage” includes two individuals of the same sex, provided those individuals are lawfully married under state law (or the laws of a territory or foreign jurisdiction).
- A same-sex marriage sanctioned under the laws of the state or territory in which it was performed will be recognized, even if the married couple lives in a state that does not recognize same-sex marriage.
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Topics: DOL, DOMA, Employee Benefits, FMLA, Health and Welfare Plans, Income Taxes, IRS, Same-Sex Marriage, SCOTUS, Tax Benefits, US v Windsor
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Health Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Nonprofits Updates, Tax Updates
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