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As previously reported, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) extended the deadline for Information Reporting under Internal Revenue Code sections 6055 and 6056 by two to three months. However, paper filing dates have now passed; and electronic filings are due by […]
The desire to offer a wellness program to employees may seem like a no-brainer. Why wouldn’t employers encourage their employees to adopt healthy lifestyles and thereby hopefully reduce the future medical claims and health insurance premiums of employer-sponsored medical plans?
Reminder: Plan Sponsors of Certain Applicable Self-Funded Health Plans Must Make PCORI Fee Payment By July 31, 2016 Please let this serve as a reminder that the PCORI fee is due by July 31st and must be reported
The Force is with you, Jedi health care workers! This infamous Star Wars theme headlined an annual health care presentation, sponsored by the McLaren Greater Lansing Healthcare Foundation’s Business Partners in Health Committee.
On June 10, the government published proposed regulations addressing, in part, the status of travel insurance, supplemental health insurance, hospital indemnity and other fixed indemnity insurance, which, if not carefully considered, arise to the level of group health plans subject […]
There is an art to creating the perfect wine, sculpting a sumptuous flavor and aroma until it’s just right. And when you hit that mark, your wines are perfected and ready to sell, do you know where to start
At the latest Business Education Series workshop, entrepreneurs and local business professionals learned how to surpass their sales barriers by learning how to “Break the Million Dollar Barrier.” Held at the Lansing Chamber of Commerce, attendees learned about the critical […]
The taxation of insurance companies is a bit like baseball. Some of the most significant limitations on the states’ taxing powers are based on the prohibition of state interference with interstate commerce.
The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease makes planning for the future more important than ever. Concerns about care provision and programs that can help offset costs mean that families need accurate information about legal and financial planning specific to the disease.