Fraud of all kinds is prevalent across every type of construction project. While cases of construction companies defrauding their clients are the most reported, it is the companies themselves that often lose money to fraud [...]
The Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) remains on the books. And, in a significant new development, the IRS is poised to begin levying penalties on employers, under the ACA’s employer mandate, for 2015. These penalties may be significant and it we cannot anticipate any “relief” reaching back to 2015.
Insurance is mandatory in order to operate a vehicle in the United States. While meeting these minimum limits may be enough to get you on the road, they are often inadequate if you are involved in a serious accident.
Our Senior Bond Account Manager, Dina Marinaro, attended the annual Surety Day event sponsored by the Surety Association of Syracuse. The day took place at the Doubletree and consisted of the following presenters: Kimberly Steele [...]
The proposed Tax Cut and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) has generated a number of big stories with big numbers, such as $1.5 trillion to lower individual tax rates and $1.5 trillion to lower corporate tax rates. But, also lurking in the 430-page draft, are many important “smaller” provisions that will affect the HR world.
President Trump has issued an executive order to encourage the use of alternative health coverages. The order seeks to expand the use of association health plans, short-term limited health coverage and health reimbursement accounts. The order could, over time, shake up health insurance markets – but, buyer beware.