This month’s Benefits Buzz discusses a new IRS rule that changes the premium tax credit’s affordability rules for family members and new IRS guidance that increases the health FSA limit for 2023 plan years.
California Privacy Rights Act – What Employers Need To Know;
At the end of 2020, California voters approved Proposition 24 – known as the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Beginning January 1, 2023 employers covered by the CPRA must be prepared to comply with the law as it pertains to the personal information including but not limited to employees, job
2023 California Employment Laws;
The California Legislature finished up its legislative session with a rush of activity ultimately sending hundreds of bills to the governor for signature. Our friends at CalChamber have put together this helpful summary of California Employment Laws effective January 1, 2023.
Live Well, Work Well Newsletter – November 2022;
The Live Well, Work Well newsletter is an employee newsletter produced monthly and covers topics like health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and personal finance. This month's newsletter highlights how to recession-proof your life, daylight savings time and your health, and American Diabetes Month.
Employee Benefit Plan Limits for 2023;
Many employee benefits (such as HSAs, health FSAs and 401(k) plans) are subject to annual dollar limits that are periodically updated for inflation. This Compliance Overview includes a chart of the inflation-adjusted limits for 2023. Due to high rates of inflation, all of these limits will substanti
2022 Employer Health Benefits Survey – Kaiser Family Foundation;
To provide a current snapshot of employer-sponsored health benefits, Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) conducts an annual survey of private and non-federal public employers with three or more workers. This is the twenty-fourth Employer Health Benefits Survey (EHBS) and reflects employer sponsored healt
IRS Publication 5137 – Fringe Benefit Guide;
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) created this publication to help determine the correct tax treatment of employee fringe benefits, including using the appropriate withholding and reporting procedures. This publication uses the term “fringe benefit” broadly to refer to all remuneration other th