Two Senate bills to repeal the new 1099 reporting requirements are expected to be voted upon as early as next Monday.
Posts Categorized: Driving Sustainability
“Associations come into being because they allow individuals and organizations to accomplish together what they cannot accomplish alone. We not only accomplish more together, we accomplish it more efficiently.” “It should not surprise any of us that utilities are closely scrutinizing every cost they incur these days nor that a number of utility programs and… Read more »
A Congressional Research Service (CRS) report released October 27 said that if Congress were to permanently extend the expiring 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, it would cost more than $5 trillion over ten years, according to a story from the Bureau of National Affairs. The report is actually an update of an earlier report on… Read more »
After the administration recently granted waivers to some large employers struggling to comply with parts of the new health care law, ASAE this week reiterated its request that transitional relief be granted to small and medium-sized employers as well. ASAE’s comments are in response to the administration’s grandfather rules allowing companies to make modest adjustments… Read more »
Associations from across the country joined in their opposition to the new 1099 requirements in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by adding their names to the ASAE letter opposing the onerous paperwork burden. ASAE’s letter, which was delivered to Congress in September, had signatures from over 550 association executives, staff, volunteer leaders, and… Read more »