Tagged: Internal Revenue Service

Special Administrator Named in Cauley Case

Special Administrator Named in Cauley Case

WhispersLegal

The feds filed a lawsuit against the estate of S. Gene Cauley in U.S. District Court in Hot Springs and needed someone to be named as a special administrator of the estate to be served with the paperwork. read more >

Nursing Home Lawsuits Test Nonprofit Immunity

Nursing Home Lawsuits Test Nonprofit Immunity

Health CareLegalCover Story

A company behind about two dozen nursing homes in Arkansas is facing increasing scrutiny over the nonprofit status of its facilities, which plaintiffs have dismissed as a ploy to avoid liability in cases alleging improper care. read more >

Tax Season Blues (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Tax Season Blues (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

Technically, the new tax law is working as designed: lower tax revenue offset by more borrowing, the benefit of which has flowed primarily to corporations and the wealthiest individuals. But politically, it’s a bust. read more >

401(k) Auto-Enrollment Benefits Employers

401(k) Auto-Enrollment Benefits Employers

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

Automatically enrolling employees in their 401(k) plans, a trend that’s picking up around the United States, can help companies in several ways, according to employee benefits experts in Arkansas. read more >