Employer Penalties Under Health Care Reform's 'Pay or Play' Outlined »
Employers can design health plans to avoid paying penalties under the health care reform law, an employee benefits attorney told a webinar Oct. 18.
Higher Contribution Limits Announced for Tax-Deferred Retirement Plans »
The Internal Revenue Service Oct. 18 announced cost-of-living adjustments affecting dollar limits on tax-deferred contributions to retirement plans and eligibility for retirement-related benefits for the 2013 tax year.
Lawmakers Seeking 'Down Payment' for Future Tax Reforms »
A deal to extend the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts and prevent steep spending cuts in 2013 may require some sort of "down payment" from lawmakers to show they are serious about cutting the deficit, a Senate Finance Committee aide said Oct. 17.
Taxes Will Rise Regardless of Congressional Action, Analysts Warn »
Regardless of whether Congress acts during the lame duck session to extend the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, taxes will rise at the start of the year and the only question is by how much, tax policy analysts said Oct. 16.
Thousands of Exempt Parent Groups Probed for Oversight of Subordinates »
The Internal Revenue Service Oct. 15 began questioning more than 2,000 randomly selected tax-exempt organizations that have one thing in common: they are all parent organizations with a subordinate group or chapter.
JCT Questions Plans to Pay for Rate Reduction by Ending Breaks »
For the past couple of years, lawmakers have been scouring the Internal Revenue Code seeking tax breaks they could eliminate to help pay for a reduction in individual tax rates.
Employers Can Expect ACA Tax Penalty Rules After Election, Fowler Says »
The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service will publish a regulation later this fall to implement excise tax penalties that could be assessed on certain employers under the Affordable Care Act, a White House adviser said at a conference Oct. 11.
'Gang of Eight' Meetings May Give Lame-Duck Negotiations a Head Start »
With less than two months available for lawmakers to work on a plan to avoid $500 billion in tax increases and $110 billion in spending cuts, analysts see at least a small reason for hope as a bipartisan group of eight senators has voluntarily returned to Washington to discuss a way forward.
Top Individual Tax Rates Should Not Be Cut in Tax Reform, Schumer Says »
Lawmakers should curtail tax expenditures, roll back the top individual tax rates to their mid-1990s level, and reduce the tax preference for investment income as part of fundamental tax reform, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Oct. 9.
Unregistered Tax Preparers in No Hurry to Take IRS Competency Test »
The Internal Revenue Service in the last week sent more then 300,000 letters to return preparers who have yet to take a required competency test so they can stay in business past 2013.
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