U.S. Master Employee Benefits Guide, 2013 Edition
The ideal reference for HR personnel, benefits professionals, benefits attorneys, payroll managers, or anyone involved in the area of employee health and welfare benefits. This handy, authoritative book discusses pertinent federal tax and employment laws as they involve employee benefits plans. Part of CCH's "Master Guide" series, the U.S. Master Employee Benefits Guide provides straight-forward coverage of important employee benefits issues.
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Provides a comprehensive explanation and analysis of every aspect of health care reform legislation. These legislative changes will imminently impact thousands of employers, private insurance providers, and the Medicare and Medicaid programs. This information is crucial for employers, health, and legal professionals.
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All the information you need on the compliance aspects of federal laws, regulations, and court rulings that affect health, life, disability, cafeteria benefits and other welfare benefit plans.
Covers rules, regulations, and industry practices and procedures governing all types of employee benefits plans
A practical guide for third-party administrators on administering cafeteria plans, flexible spending accounts (FSAs), health savings accounts (HSAs), and health retirement accounts (HRAs). Numerous “Administration Pointers” as well as extensive citations and the full-text of relevant primary source (laws, regs, or rulings).
The perfect resource for anyone involved in the area of employee benefits, this handy, authoritative book, now in its 16th edition, it addresses federal tax and employment laws that affect employee benefits communication, management, reporting and disclosure, and other compliance issues affecting nonpension benefits.
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