Senney Says by Jeff Senney

With graduation season quickly approaching, students are looking to the future. For some, finding a job is the biggest battle they are facing. For others, graduation means the termination of lawful student status in the United States. If you are a student looking for legal...

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In a recent Chief Counsel Advice (CCA), the IRS concluded that an employer who misclassified employees as independent contractors could offset FICA taxes owed by the employer with self-employment taxes paid by the workers. Where workers are properly classified as employees, the employer is liable for...

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Under the Affordable Care Act, a 40% excise tax, often referred to as a “Cadillac tax”, was originally scheduled to apply for tax years beginning after 2017.   This Cadillac tax was to be levied on the “excess benefit” provided to an employee by an employer-sponsored...

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One of my clients recently contacted my office and advised that his Company had received a Notice from IRS regarding calculation of the Employer Shared Responsibility Payment (ESRP).  According to the letter, the IRS had determined that the Company was an Applicable Large Employer (as...

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