The holidays are upon us and schools will soon be closed for the break. Nearly every year, a client sets the thermostat too low when school is not in session, resulting in frozen pipes and water damage claims. Did you know that every insurance policy requires the property owner to maintain appropriate heat and utilities all year long? Otherwise,… Continue reading DON’T BE THAT SCHOOL!
NY has released videos on their website to assist employers in meeting the new training requirements. The videos below, which may be watched via YouTube or downloaded, meet all state minimum training requirements except one: the videos alone are NOT considered interactive. If you are using this video to meet the training requirements, you must… Continue reading NY Sexual Harassment Training Videos Released
At the end of November the IRS released Notice 18-94 announcing a deadline extension for the distribution of Forms 1095-B and 1095-C to individuals from January 31, 2019, to March 4, 2019. This extension is provided without the need to submit Form 8809. This notice did NOT apply to the deadline for filing forms (1094-B, 1095-B, 1094-C, and 1095-C) with… Continue reading ACA Year-End Reporting – IRS Extends Individual Distribution
Many employee benefits are subject to annual dollar limits that are periodically increased for inflation. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced cost-of-living adjustments to the annual dollar limits for various welfare and retirement plan limits for 2019. Although some of the limits will remain the same, many of the limits will increase for 2019. HSA Contribution Self-only HDHP coverage:… Continue reading 2019 Benefit Plan Limits
Effective February 3, 2019, New York Paid Family Leave will be expanded to include job protected – paid time off for employees to care for a covered family member who opts to act as an organ or tissue donor. On Monday, November 5, 2018, Governor Cuomo signed the “Living Donor Protection Act” which amends the definition… Continue reading New York Adds Organ Donation to State Paid Family Leave
Westchester County has enacted an Earned Sick Leave Law which will soon require Westchester employers to provide sick leave to its employees. Both full-time and part-time employees working more than 80 hours per year are eligible to earn sick time. The law, which was passed on October 1, will take effect 180 days from its… Continue reading Westchester County Mandates Earned Sick Leave