The Alliance has compiled this set of staff benefits resources from throughout the nonprofit and museum sector.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) shares a 403(b) Plan checklist, a quick tool to help organizations keep their 403(b) plans in compliance with tax rules (PDF).
American Benefits Council provides current information about regulatory, judicial, and legislative action related to employer-sponsored pension and healthcare benefits.
The Social Security Administration has a special section of its website devoted to information and resources for employers. It has employer reporting forms and instructions, a series of FAQ, and contact information.
The Small Business Administration has an article titled Required Employee Benefits. It reviews the mandated benefits of social security, unemployment insurance, and workers’ compensation. It then discusses optional benefits, such as health benefit plans, retirement plans, leave, flexible compensation, and perquisites such as parking, bonuses, and tuition reimbursement.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers some tax-exempt organizations and small businesses that provide health insurance coverage to their employees a special tax credit (if they qualify), due to the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March 2010. The Small Business Health Care Tax Credit is one of the first reform provisions of the new law. When filing tax returns, certain eligible tax-exempt organizations and small businesses can apply for a tax credit to cover a portion of their employee health insurance coverage costs.