Recent Posts tagged as 'Welfare Benefit Plans'
Blog Post
11/15/2017
By Sarah Lockwood Church

Include all necessary interested parties in the process. This means including individuals with decision-making authority from Human Resources, Benefits, Labor Relations (if applicable), Finance, Payroll, and Legal. A collaborative effort will ensure that there is a clear understanding of the desired scope of services.

Blog Post
03/10/2017
By Sarah Lockwood Church

Apparently rhetoric matters. Although the former President eventually embraced the term himself, “Obamacare” was originally a derogatory term used for health care reform by Obama’s opponents in Congress. Anecdotal evidence suggests that many individuals didn’t know that the Affordable Care Act and “Obamacare” were the one and the same. Now that “Obamacare” may be repealed and replaced, many who demonized it realize that the law is more than just health insurance marketplaces. 
 

Blog Post
02/01/2017
By Sarah Lockwood Church and Dasha G. Brockmeyer and Paul A. Kasicky and Robert H. Louis

Members of Saul Ewing’s Tax and Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practices have outlined the recently announced 2017 dollar limits on the Social Security Wage Base, compensation and deferrals for retirement plans, and health and welfare plans, as well as PCORI fees, Medicare Part B premiums, and increases to Social Security increases in age and benefits.

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