Monthly Archives: February 2017

To Delay or Not to Delay (the Fiduciary Duty Rule), That is the Question

By: Joseph P. Yonadi, Jr. and Shaylor R. Steele

This morning, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) concluded its review of a proposed regulation entitled “Delay of Applicability Date” that would effectively delay the implementation of the Fiduciary Duty Rule (Rule). However, an odd turn of events took place when the OMB changed the designation of the delay to “economically significant.” This higher designation could potentially mean a longer comment period. The Department of Labor […]

2017-02-28T20:48:48-04:00February 28th, 2017|0 Comments

QSEHRA Notice Requirement Deadline Suspended

By: Joseph P. Yonadi, Jr.

In an effort to provide small employers with additional time to furnish the required QSEHRA initial written notice, Treasury and IRS have suspended the deadline until further guidance has been issued that will include a revised notice deadline. For 2017, the first required written notice would have been due on March 13.

Our January 23 blog post apprised you of the 21st Century Cures Act, enacted this past December, that created a […]

2017-03-01T10:22:11-04:00February 28th, 2017|0 Comments