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November 12, 2020
Tax Executive

Under the Radar: Employee Benefit Developments in 2020

And, believe it or not, they're not COVID-related

The story of the year has been the coronavirus. COVID-19 has dominated news headlines, social media, and virtually every aspect of our lives. The virus has likewise dominated legal and tax news. Lawmakers and agencies have enacted multiple pieces of legislation and other guidance to help employers navigate the changes COVID-19 has wrought in the workplace. Those new laws and rules have rightly been the focus of our attention. But at some point before the end of 2020, it’s worthwhile to look at the other legal developments that have flown under the radar this year. Here’s a roundup.

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This article originally appeared in the November/December 2020 issue of Tax Executive, a publication of Tax Executives Institute. Reprinted with the publisher’s permission.

About the Author:

Elizabeth Nedrow is a tax and benefits partner in Holland & Hart’s Billings, Montana office. Beth has over 20 years’ experience advising companies on executive compensation and employee benefits matters. Her broad practice covers both public and private companies, retirement and welfare plans, M&A transactions, and compliance work.

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