U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Legal Arizona Workers Act

The United States Supreme Court has upheld the Legal Arizona Workers Act (Arizona Law). Under the Arizona Law, passed in 2007, the license(s) of an Arizona employer may be, and in certain circumstances must be, suspended or revoked, if the employer knowingly or intentionally employs an unauthorized alien. The Arizona…

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Social Security “No-Match” Letters Are Back

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has resumed sending no-match letters to employers if an employee’s name and/or social security number does not match the SSA records. For years, the SSA sent no-match letters (referred to by the SSA as “Decentralized Correspondence” or “DECOR” notices) to employers. The SSA stopped sending…

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FASB May Expand Disclosure Requirements

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is currently discussing an expanded disclosure requirement for those participating in a multiemployer pension or other post-retirement benefit plans. The proposed change, expected to be released later this year, will require employers to disclose any unfunded pension liability on its financial statements, and could…

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