What you need to know about the cap on out-of-pocket spending delay

By Tristan Lejeune Since the Congressional Research Service reported that the Obama administration had missed as many as one- third of ACA’s legally required deadlines – and that report was circa November 2011 – the government has announced it won’t be able to
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State tax issues remain following DOMA decision

By Andrea Davis The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision last June striking down the federal Defense of Marriage Act. As anticipated, the IRS took a state-of-marriage approach – anyone who is legally married in a state or
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United States Senate Bill 1529, the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligations Act of 2013, seeks to amend federal law to provide insurance benefits for federal employees in a same-sex domestic partnership and their domestic partners.

AMICUS UPDATE United States Senate Bill 1529, the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligations Act of 2013, seeks to amend federal law to provide insurance benefits for federal employees in a same-sex domestic partnership and their domestic partners. The Act’s purpose is to offer the
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OPM Proposes Extending Fed Health Benefits to Same Sex Partners

The Obama administration has proposed to expand the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program to domestic partners — including both opposite- and same-sex couples — as part of sweeping changes to the program. The Office of Personnel Management announced its proposals at a
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