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IRS Procedures to Correct Overpayments on Taxes for Same-sex Spouse Benefits

Since the Supreme Court’s DOMA decision earlier this year, employers have slowly been receiving guidance on how their processes would need to change. That continued on September 23rd, when the IRS issued Notice 2013-61. That notice created special procedures that employers can use to correct overpayments of employment taxes on same-sex spouse benefits. Here are a few […]

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10 Tips for HR and Benefits Managers: Post-DOMA

The news regarding the Supreme Court’s decision that DOMA’s definition of marriage is invalid has certainly created a wave of uncertainty among Human Resources professionals and Benefit Managers. We’ve been able to offer guidance to many clients and prospects through our Legislative Brief, “The DOMA Decision: What it Means for Employers“. Of course, questions remain […]

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The DOMA Decision: What it Means for Employers

The news regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling that DOMA’s definition of marriage is invalid will have an impact on many individuals. For employers, the decision will also affect items regarding employee benefits. To help your company understand the potential impact, we are happy to make available a new Legislative Brief, entitled: “Supreme Court Ruling on DOMA […]

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Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA; Impact on Employee Benefits

On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court announced decisions in two significant cases regarding laws affecting same-sex marriage — the federal Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8. In this article, we provide a brief review of what we learned yesterday, thoughts on the potential impact to employers, as well as […]

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