Stinson Leonard Street - Employee Benefits & Compensation

Even A Tax Lawyer Can Get The IRA Rollover Rules Wrong – Part 2

I blogged recently about a tax court decision where a tax lawyer flubbed an IRA rollover, resulting in adverse tax consequences to him and his wife. An interesting aspect of the case – but one not mentioned in the decision – is…more

| Finance & Banking, Labor & Employment Law, Taxation

Another Way To Become Personally Liable To A Multiemployer Plan

I have blogged in the past about individuals and businesses that are not signatories to a collective bargaining agreement being found liable for withdrawal liability imposed by multiemployer pension plans (plans jointly trusteed…more

| Business Torts, Finance & Banking, Labor & Employment Law

ACA Pay Or Play: Is Your Dependent Coverage Compliant?

Now that the IRS has issued final regulations under Section 4980H, the so-called “pay or play” provision of the Affordable Care Act, employers are deciding how to determine whether employees are full-time (30 hours or more a…more

| Health, Labor & Employment Law

Have You Told The IRS That Your “Responsible Party” Has Changed?

Beginning on January 1, 2014, any entity with an employer identification number (EIN) issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) must report a change in the identity or address of its “responsible party” within 60 days of the…more

| Labor & Employment Law, Finance & Banking, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & ...

Gas Prices Must Be Going Down

Every year the IRS issues optional standard mileage rates that can be used by taxpayers to calculate the deductible cost of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. Many employers reimburse…more

| Labor & Employment Law, Taxation

Are All Severance Plans Subject To ERISA?

I blogged recently about an ERISA case involving an executive severance plan where the executive sued claiming that his employment termination was effective before the first anniversary of a change in control, thereby entitling…more

| Labor & Employment Law

Bad Faith Termination Can Be Good ERISA Interference Claim

It is not uncommon for employers to have executive severance plans that pay substantial severance if an executive loses employment in connection with a change in control. In a recent federal district court decision, a former…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

IRS Loosens Use It Or Lose It Rule

As employers who sponsor cafeteria plans know, flexible spending accounts (FSAs) under those plans have had a “use it or lose it” rule. Under that rule, employees who participate in the spending accounts must make elections at…more

| Labor & Employment Law, Health, Taxation

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