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Archive for March, 2017

2016 Tax Return Filings and ACA Health Care

If you have yet to file your 2016 personal tax returns and you did not have medical insurance for the entire year of 2016 you may be interested in to learn that the IRS has announced that it will process individual returns that do not report the taxpayer’s health coverage status under the Affordable Care […]

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U. S. House of Representatives Bill Proposes Repeal of All ACA–Related Taxes

With a new Administration in power the long anticipated action to repeal Obamacare now appears to be in full swing. Under draft legislation currently being crafted by House Republicans, an intermediate step is being taken that would repeal all of the Affordable Care Act’s tax provisions along with a host of other ACA provisions. At […]

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IRS Audit Checklist for Exempt Organization Governance

Over the past decade or so the IRS has become increasingly interested in monitoring the governance practices of tax-exempt organizations, and particularly those of public and religious charities. This interest has been shown through public statements of IRS officials, the development of training materials for IRS personnel on the subject, explanations to the general public […]

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New Employer Regulation Goes into Effect in the City of San Jose March 8, 2017

On November 8, 2016, voters in San Jose, California, approved Ballot Measure E, called the “Opportunity to Work Ordinance,” which requires an employer to offer part-time employees additional hours before the employer hires any new or temporary employees. Sponsored by a coalition of labor unions, the new ordinance limits employers’ ability to bring on new […]

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Posted in: Bits & Pieces, Employment Law

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