When it’s time for tax-exempt organizations such as colleges/universities, museums, and hospital systems to part ways with their senior executives, these institutions are most often considering how to best transition these executives off into the sunset rather than a morass of special tax rules (I will mention Internal Revenue Code citations just once for reference)

The Puerto Rico Department of the Treasury has announced changes to tax reporting for certain severance payments.

As a result of the Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act (Act 4-2017), adopted in 2017, certain limited payments made by an employer to an employee due to separation of employment are classified as “exempt income” under the Puerto

ERISA provisions are like fruity rum drinks. A little inattention and they can sneak up on you with most unpleasant consequences.   No place is this more true than with severance pay.  Many employers still believe that if they make just a single payment to a departing employee, they have not created a plan subject to