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    Willis Towers Watson Insider covers health care and retirement benefit regulations, case law and policy, along with historical trends and future directions.
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    BC’s Employer Health Tax will be effective on January 1, 2019. It will help pay the costs of British Columbia’s public health plan.
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    This presentation provides an overview on the cost and risk management for covering medical cannabis under your employee benefit plans.
  • Newsletter
    Willis Towers Watson Insider covers health care and retirement benefit regulations, case law and policy, along with historical trends and future directions. This issue explains the tax credit for 2018 and 2019 for employers that offer paid FMLA leave, and describes the Family Savings Act passed by the House, final opioid legislation and new laws banning pharmacy gag clauses. There is also an analysis of the significantly higher pension contributions made by the Fortune 1000 for the 2017 plan year.
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    A groundbreaking report shows how health costs are hurting American workers, the IRS approves a student loan repayment match for a 401(k) plan, and an in-depth analysis traces the trajectory of pension risk over time.
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    A discussion paper on the implementation of national pharmacare has been released. Plan sponsors can make submissions by September 28, 2018.
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    Spain joins a growing list of countries that have enacted or proposed increases and enhancements in maternity and paternity leave over the past 12 to 18 months.
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    Willis Towers Watson Insider offers specifics on health care and retirement benefit regulations, case law and policy, as well as insights into historical trends and future directions. This issue focuses on final regulations that will make less expensive health coverage more widely available and legislative proposals to expand health accounts.
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    Japan’s Diet recently passed the “Work Style Reform Bill,” most significantly limiting the amount of overtime employees are able to perform.
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    Accounting valuations for employee benefits involve making certain assumptions about the future expectations in relation to economic and demographic factors. One of the principal assumptions necessary for this purpose is the discount rate. As per LKAS 19, the discount rate should be based on the yields available on high quality corporate bonds as at the accounting date, corresponding to a term that matches that of the liabilities.
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