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Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services - August 25 - Weekly Market Update

Early last week, the Fed turned its sights toward the new regulations approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding money market funds, namely the ability for such funds to impose withdrawal fees or limit redemptions altogether. The aim of the regulation is to help avoid investors stampeding out of such funds during times of crisis as they did in September 2008 when institutional investors pulled nearly 40% of institutional assets out of the money market fund market. Several economists, however, have warned that such fees will have the opposite effect, potentially giving investors a strong incentive to pull investment from money market funds when they anticipate restrictions or fees being imposed on redemptions.

Tag(s): Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services;

Healthcare Reform Update - August 14, 2014

This issue includes: Affordability Percentages Increased IRS Clarifies Calculation for Determining Applicable Large Employer Status Courts Split on Whether IRS Can Provide Premium Tax Credits Through Federally-Facilitated Marketplaces IRS Releases Draft Forms for Section 6055 and 6056 Reporting FAQ Provides Notice Guidance Following Hobby Lobby Decision Final Rules: Small Employer Tax Credit Questions and Answers for Employers Healthcare Reform FAQs.

Tag(s): Healthcare Reform; Health & Welfare; Compliance Consulting;

Transportation Safety Topics - Construction Zone Safety

There is a saying in trucking that there are only two seasons: Winter and Construction. That would be humorous if it weren’t so true. Fact is that we need construction season to repair the roads we have and build more roads so we can do our jobs more safely and efficiently and we need to give those workers a wide berth so they can do their jobs safely. There is a lot going on in these areas, and most of the time, there is limited space to get through them so SLOW DOWN! What can you do?

Tag(s): Transportation;