MaxServices Group Health Care Reform Specialist, Kendra Strickland will be presenting on ACA at the Massachusetts Staffing Association Annual Meeting on Thursday, November 13. For more information please visit: http://msastaffing.org/2014/08/2014-msa-annual-meeting/
You are one of the fortunate ones with an ACA plan prepared for 2015. You have your minimum essential coverage plan or minimum value plan in place. You know your waiting period can’t exceed 90 days (following a bona fide orientation period of no more than one month, of course!). … read more →
MaxServices Group has come up with an automated Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) solution that simplifies capturing tax credits for businesses that hire from specific groups of disadvantaged and unemployed workers. MaxServices’ IncentiMax™ software searches and obtains tax credits that are applicable to your business, on federal, state, and local… read more →
Come by and see MaxServices Group at Booth #1028. At the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. To register go to www.americanstaffing.net
USCIS has reported that at the end of 2013, E-Verify is now being used by half a million employers. Four states require E-Verify which include Alabama, Arizona, Mississippi and South Carolina while Georgia, Utah and North Carolina require all employers over a specific size to use E-verify. Many states also… read more →
A change in the Unemployment Insurance law that became effective on October 1, 2013, addresses employer response time to formal inquiries from the New York State Department of Labor. Failure to respond and provide supporting documentation within 10 calendar days to a notice of potential charges could result in charges… read more →
Providing a false sense of security, the postponement of the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act until January 1, 2015, is leaving many employers unprepared. The assumption that not much needs to be done for the time being is far from reality. In 2015, the IRS will be looking… read more →
The Obama administration has announced that it is extending the ObamaCare enrollment deadline slated to end January 31st until March 15th for people with pre-existing conditions under the Pre-Existing Conditions Insurance Plan (PCIP).
Policy makers will be going back to the table after two votes failed on the extension of unemployment benefits yesterday. It does not look promising that an unemployment benefits extension will be passed this week.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit expired on December 31, 2013. Currently the fate of the WOTC program is in the hands of Congress, until the legislation is approved and required by congress their remains a lapse. Despite the lapse, the USDOL Employment and Training Administration has issued a guidance (TEGL… read more →