Tax-advantaged health reimbursement arrangement for employees
Health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) allow employers to pay employees’ medical expenses on a tax-free basis.
Health savings account benefits for employees and employers
Employee interest in health savings accounts (HSAs) has increased so employers should understand the benefits of offering them to employees.
IRS releases spending plan for $80 billion IRA funds
The IRS issued an ambitious strategic operating plan for spending $80 billion in additional funding provided by the Inflation Reduction Act.
FASB votes to simplify accounting for common control leases
(authored by RSM US LLP) For common control leases, the FASB is drafting amendments to simplify determining whether a lease exists, the classification of the lease, and accounting for leasehold improvements.
Required minimum distributions after SECURE 2.0
(authored by RSM US LLP) SECURE 2.0 changes the rules governing how and when certain retirement savers can withdraw money from their retirement accounts and IRAs.
Retirement plan changes for long-term, part-time employees
(authored by RSM US LLP) SECURE 2.0 changes the rules for how long-term, part-time employees are treated for purposes of 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans.
Requirements for Form 1099-NEC Filers
The Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR) issued information for all business that are required to file with the IRS, for the tax year 2022, Forms
U.S. jobs report: Hiring slows as another 75-basis-point rate increase looms
(authored by RSM US LLP) The U.S. economy is proving far more resilient in the face of sustained pricing pressures than otherwise thought a short time ago.
FASB to propose changes to related party leases guidance
(authored by RSM US LLP) The FASB recently voted to issue proposals on the determination of an arrangement as a lease and the financial reporting requirements for related party lease arrangements for certain entities.
The cost of a data breach: 2022 NetDiligence® Cyber Claims Study
(authored by RSM US LLP) RSM is a proud sponsor of the 2021 NetDiligence® Cyber Claims Study. Download the study to learn the real cost of a data breach.
IRS delays caused employers to wait on needed COVID tax credit relief
(authored by RSM US LLP) Congress passed multiple pieces of legislation aimed at providing relief to employers struggling due to the pandemic. A new Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) report finds that ongoing IRS processing delays are causing businesses to wait on COVID-related credits claimed on Forms 941-X. The report states that as of Feb. 1, 2022, there were 447,435 Forms 941-X waiting to be processed.
Given the High Gas Prices, Minimum Wage is Not Even a Working Wage
The average commute in the United States is about 27 minutes. This is about one gallon of gas to and one gallon of gas from