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Taxpayers have until their tax return due date (not including extensions) to contribute up to $5,500 to an IRA for 2018 ($6,500 if they were age 50 or older on December 31, 2018). For most taxpayers, the contribution deadline for 2018 is April 15, 2019 (April 17 for taxpayers in Maine and Massachusetts).
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One of the most important documents participants must receive automatically when becoming covered under a health benefit plan that is subject to ERISA (the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act) is a summary of the plan, called the Summary Plan Description or SPD. The fact is, many employers are confused about this very important ERISA-required disclosure, which can put them at risk.
Health FSA Limit to Increase in 2019
The ACA imposes a dollar limit on employees' salary reduction contributions to health flexible spending arrangements (health FSAs) offered under cafeteria plans.
The 2019 Federal and State minimum wage chart has been published. Employers should be advised that different rates may apply to employees and in cities and counties that have passed local minimum wage ordinances. Be sure to confirm the wage requirements that apply to your business with your state Department of Labor.
To view a copy of the current chart, please use the link below.
With Brooks Financial Group, you can learn how financial planning can help small business owners design the life —and live the lifestyle—of their choosing in their retirement years.
For many small business owners, the sale of their company is the foundation of their retirement plan. Brooks Financial Group can help you understand how the right business succession plan can help you secure your retirement.