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  • Newsletter
    The May Insider reports on the IRS’s updates to the EPCRS self-correction program for certain document and operational failures, an annual analysis of the pension disclosures of 100 publicly traded U.S. sponsors of large pension plans, the DOL proposal to clarify the “regular rate” used to calculate overtime pay, and the July 31, 2019 due date of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute fee imposed under the Affordable Care Act.
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    The April Insider reports on the IRS’s decision not to issue guidance prohibiting retiree lump sum windows, the Trump administration’s 2020 budget proposal, the House Ways and Means Committee approval of a broad retirement bill, the Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) challenge to cross-plan offsetting, a district court’s decision that the final regulations on association health plans are unlawful and the DOJ’s revised position on invalidating the Affordable Care Act.
  • Newsletter
    The March Insider focuses on the Department of Labor’s proposed higher salary thresholds for the overtime pay exemption, IRS guidance for tax-exempt organizations regarding the 4960 excise tax on excess compensation and the federal poverty guidelines for 2019.
  • Newsletter
    The Willis Towers Watson Global Pension Finance Watch notes positive pension index returns over the third quarter for all regions.
  • Newsletter
    This issue focuses on final regulations that will make less expensive health coverage more widely available and legislative proposals to expand health accounts.
  • Newsletter
    Willis Towers Watson’s latest thinking on investment industry challenges, opportunities and solutions.
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    Willis Towers Watson’s latest thinking on investment industry challenges, opportunities and solutions
  • Newsletter
    Women tend to make retirement security a lower priority than men. What are the implications for organizations?
  • Newsletter
    Pay transparency is a mark of progressive thinking in the future of work, yet many employers still find this to be challenging concept.
  • Newsletter
    Human-centric health; understanding private exchange offerings; compensation management; HR’s role in M&A deals; webcast replay: outlook for employers in Trump era
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