The ruling confirms that employers need to practice vigilance in classifying an entry-level worker as an unpaid intern or an employee.
In addition to not having access to COBRA benefits, same-sex couples in domestic partnerships are also subject to different tax consequences than their married counterparts.Read More
Thanks to the Supreme Court, not only can there be spiritual healing but also a righting of wrongs, a correction of systemic inequity and a lot of unnecessary financial burdens can be lifted.Read More
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of keeping a provision in the Affordable Care Act that allows federal subsidies for health insurance in states that do not have exchanges.Read More
Tell managers that checking on a compliance or policy matter is the easiest decision they’ll make all week.
I predict that all (or most all) of the federally facilitated exchange states will quickly adopt a state exchange, making the court’s decision moot.
The Supreme Court could have used the opportunity to rein in federal agencies that are emboldened with power.Read More
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the King v. Burwell case today. The case challenges the legality of tax credits made available in the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Being a Supreme Court justice has its perks, but, no matter what you decide, you’re going to upset someone or millions of someones.Read More
Rick Bell and I will live blog throughout the day on March 4 on the Supreme Court hearings on constitutionality of the individual premium subsidies of the Affordable Care Act.