Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Federal—and State—Tax Implications of Coverage of Non-Dependent Adult Children

He Ain’t Heavy…He’s My 25-Year-Old, Married, Employed and Non-Dependent Child Unless you’ve just awakened from a 10-month coma, you know that last year’s health reform bill requires most group health plans to provide coverage for an employee’s adult child, to … Continue reading

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Another Federal Court Rejects Individual Mandate…

In an opinion not wholly unexpected but nevertheless dramatic for its scope, yesterday afternoon a federal district judge in Florida struck down the entirety of last year’s federal health reform law on constitutional grounds. Continue reading

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White House to Pursue Health-Care Appeal After Florida Ruling

It remains to be seen what impact this will have on the enactment of President Barak Obama’s healthcare reform. For now, we can be certain reform will be caught up in the court system for some time. In the future, … Continue reading

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Roth Conversion Update

Shared from Lockton Companies, LLC (view original) Last fall we issued a Beacon Alert on Roth conversions’ permissibility within an employer sponsored plan. The inclusion of the Roth provisions in the Small Business Jobs Act and its immediate effectiveness left … Continue reading

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