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What’s The Difference between PFL and DBL? The new Paid Family Leave benefit goes into effect in less than 2 months.  In fact, many employees are already making their premium contributions.  PFL will be handled by the same carrier that the employer has its DBL coverage with. READ MORE >>

On August 25, 2017 the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (DFS) released highly anticipated guidance regarding taxation of PFL benefits and premium in Notice N-17-12. Here are the key points: Benefits: Benefits paid to employees will be taxable non-wage income that must be included in federal gross income READ MORE >>

The wait is over! On July 19, 2017, New York’s Workers’ Comp Board (WCB) adopted final regulations on Paid Family Leave. Here are the top 10 things to keep in mind: Employers that have to provide DBL, must provide PFL. READ MORE >>

The weekly contribution rate for Paid Family Leave is 0.126% of the employee's weekly wage (capped at New York State's current average weekly wage of $1,305.92*). This translates into a maximum contribution of $1.65 per week per employee in 2018  READ MORE >>

The most comprehensive Paid Family Leave program in the country is set to go into effect January1, 2018. Employers can begin making payroll deductions as early as July 1, 2017. A Quick Recap of New York Paid Family Leave Paid Family Leave provides employees with the income they need to enable them to stay home and care for: READ MORE >>

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