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Eleventh Circuit Decides Health Care Reform Individual Mandate Is Unconstitutional

The individual mandate provision of the 2010 health care reform law is unconstitutional, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit decided in Florida v. HHS on August 12th. The Sixth Circuit previously held in Thomas More Law Center v. Obama that the individual mandate is constitutional. Therefore, the Eleventh Circuit decision creates a circuit split, … Continue Reading

New Rules on Making Deferred Compensation Subject to Signing a Release

IRS Notice 2010-6 previously provided guidance concerning how to make payment of nonqualified deferred compensation that is subject to the signing of a release complaint with Section 409A.  Essentially, it provides that a plan may not allow an employee to delay or accelerate the timing of a payment as a result of the employee’s actions … Continue Reading

IRS Section 409A Audits Get Underway

Last year, the IRS began auditing deferred compensation plans and arrangements under IRC Section 409A, which imposes restrictions on both the terms and the operation of such plans unless an exemption applies. This program began in 2009,  the first year that plan documents had to comply with  Section 409A  in writing (beginning in 2006, plans had to comply … Continue Reading

FAQs on Coverage for Adult Children Under Health Reform

As group health plans brace for open enrollment periods under the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, one of the key issues they face is the Act’s new coverage requirements for adult children. Previously, a child became ineligible for family coverage under a group health plan for federal tax purposes once the … Continue Reading
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