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Risk Analysis: Company-owned Vehicles vs. Auto Allowance

The commercial automobile insurance market continues to harden due to rising medical costs, a shortage of experienced drivers, distracted driving, and increases in non-owned & hired auto exposures.

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IRS Announces 2021 Health FSA & Qualified Transportation Limits

In Revenue Procedure 2020-45, the IRS sets forth a variety of 2021 adjusted tax limits. Among other things, the notice indicates that employee contribution limits toward health flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) and qualified transportation fringe benefits are unchanged for 2021.

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Why You Should Be Evaluating Your Company’s Disability Insurance Offering in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the reality of COVID-19 set in, many Americans were questioning how they would cope without paid sick leave if they got ill.

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Oregon OSHA Issues New COVID-19 Regulation

The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has had a far reach, impacting every business and individual in this country. As we head into the fall season, it appears that infection rates are increasing with more time spent indoors.

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2020 Employer Reporting – Slight Extension & Transition Relief

IRS Notice 2020-76 once again extends the due date to March 2nd, 2021 for providing Form 1095s to individuals and is allowing Form 1095-Bs to be made available upon request rather than requiring individual delivery.

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The Return of the Communicable Disease Exclusion

In times of COVID-19, many insurance carriers are seeking to clarify coverage for biologically related liability risks on commercial insurance policies.

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