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NYS Public Employers Required to Have Written Plan of Operations for Public Health Emergencies Including COVID-19
NY State “Emergency Preparedness Law” requires public employers to adopt a written plan for operations in the event of a declared public health emergency involving a communicable disease, including COVID-19. The written plans were to be adopted by April 1, 2021.
Protect Your Property with Ordinance and Law Coverage
A brief article from Wealth Planning Advisor Kelsey Ponesse, CPA with some tips for women, especially during a big change in their life – such as retirement, a job change, life change, or perhaps just a realization that it’s time to make sure their wealth is in order and working towards the right goals.
A summary of recently released 2022 limits related to health flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and commuter benefits.
Businesses can actively manage auto risks by setting driver qualifications, creating driving rules, and implementing driver training. Review the following guidance to learn more about how to reduce auto claims for your business.
For the third time in the ACA’s history, the required contribution percentage used to determine whether employer-sponsored health coverage is “affordable” has been reduced.
Would you pack up your car for a vacation, pack all the kids in the car, turn onto the highway and drive, without knowing where you’re headed? Not usually! Same thing goes with a financial plan. Contact our team at Marshall & Sterling Wealth Advisors.
NY HERO Act Update: Covid-19 Designated an Airborne Infectious Disease
Floods are the number one natural disaster in the United States. While some regions, such as coastal areas, are more flood-prone than others, the unpredictability of climate change exposes all property to some risk. And torrential rainfall isn’t the only culprit. Flooding is also caused by mudflows, rapid snowmelt during spring and ice jams during winter.
Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), employees who were involuntarily terminated or had their hours reduced (and who met certain other criteria) became eligible for fully subsidized COBRA coverage from April 1, 2021, through September 30, 2021.