CATHERINE L. REAGAN

The IRS Extends Retirement Plan Payment and Filing Deadlines

CATHERINE L. REAGAN and KEVIN E. NOLT, April, 2020   (Updated May 1, 2020) In response to the coronavirus pandemic, on April 10, 2020 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2020-23, extending the deadlines for the time-sensitive actions set forth in Revenue Procedure 2018-58 to July 15, 2020.1  These extensions apply to certain retirement plan […]

Groundhog Results Are In: An Early Spring Means It’s Time for Health and Welfare Spring Cleaning!

GISUE MEHDI and CATHERINE L. REAGAN, February, 2020    1. Thought You Were in the Clear? CA’s Individual Mandate Replaces the ACA Individual Mandate for CA Taxpayers Although the federal government effectively removed the individual mandate under the Affordable Care Act by setting the penalty to zero (effective January 1, 2019 under the Tax Cuts […]

The Final Frontier: Adding a Retirement Tier

R. BRADFORD HUSS, CRAIG P. HOFFMAN, CATHERINE L. REAGAN, November, 2019  401(k) plans have been with us for almost 40 years. Over that time, the focus for most plans has been on helping participants accumulate savings that will be consumed in retirement. With the decline in defined benefit plans, 401(k) plans are providing a large […]