Let’s make a deal….Tax-Free! Now that I have your attention, let’s talk about Code Sec. 1031, a “like-kind” exchange of business property. A “like-kind” exchange allows taxpayers to dispose of an asset and acquire another similar asset without generating a… Read More
This Q&A addresses whether a grandfathered group health plan can deny coverage to a dependent child who’s eligible for coverage under another plan. The short answer is “not anymore” — and this article explains why.
Question: Our organization offers a… Read More
On June 25, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a much-anticipated ruling, essentially again upheld the Affordable Care Act (ACA), this time by upholding premium tax credits for qualifying taxpayers whether they purchase coverage through a federal or a state exchange.… Read More
This Q&A addresses whether a large employer, as so defined under the ACA, is required to offer health care coverage to employees’ spouses. As the article explains, the answer is generally “no” — and the large employer wouldn’t be subject… Read More
Discover Anders 2015 is in the books! On June 23 – 24, we welcomed 36 students into the office for our annual two-day summer leadership program. These 36 students represented 12 different universities including: SEMO, UMSL, Dayton, Mizzou, MSU, SLU,… Read More