Posts Tagged ‘Internal Revenue Service’
B&K Benefits Update Newsletter – January 2016
Inside this issue we cover: IRS EXTENDS DUE DATES FOR 2015 INFORMATION REPORTING UNDER INTERNAL REVENUE CODE (“CODE”) SECTIONS 6055 AND 6056 IRS NOTICE PROVIDES ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE REGARDING VARIOUS HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT ACCOUNT (“HRA”) ISSUES TWO YEAR DELAY OF THE “CADILLAC TAX” PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY COPRORATION (“PBGC”) PREMIUM RATES INCREASE IN 2016 DOL PROPOSES AMENDMENTS TO […]
IRS Announces 2012 Cost of Living Adjustments for Dollar Limitations on Benefits and Contributions | Employment Law
On October 20, 2011, the Internal Revenue Service announced cost of living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retirement-related items for Tax Year 2012. In general, many of the pension plan limitations will change for 2012 because the increase in the cost-of-living index met the statutory thresholds that trigger their adjustment. However, other limitations will remain unchanged. Of note:
Executives of Tax-Exempt Entities Need to Value Fringes as Part of their Compensation Package | New York Law
The IRS is conducting a National Research Program focusing on uncollected employment taxes for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. As part of this nationwide review, the IRS recently indicated that the most common reason it imposes sanctions on tax-exempt organizations is the improper reporting of fringe benefits.
Blitman & King Successfully Guides Plan Through IRS Voluntary Correction Program To Address In-Service Distributions
On behalf of a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan, Blitman & King, LLP submitted an application to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for participation in its Voluntary Compliance Program. The matter involved qualification errors related to in-service distributions and recalculation of benefits.
Internal Revenue Services Announces 2011 Cost of Living Adjustments
On October 28, 2010, the I.R.S. announced cost of living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension and retirement plans for 2011. In general, these limits either remain unchanged or will result in small inflation adjustments. Of note: