We Help Clients Comply With New Same Gender Marriage Legislation

June 27, 2013

With the U.S. Supreme Court’s rulings yesterday, declaring Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional and dismissing California’s Proposition 8, many people are wondering about how this decision impacts them. The associated tax implications have a ripple effect on benefit administration for individuals and employers alike. Clients of Benelogic need not worry.

The DOMA and Proposition 8 rulings have no impact on our business model.  As always, we are ready, willing and able to accommodate our clients' needs. The products are designed to be flexible enough to comply with any contractual requirements between our clients and their vendors and to adapt to sudden shifts in legislation.

We always keep an eye on topics and issues relevant to the healthcare industry to try to anticipate necessary product and service shifts.  While the country waits for the dust to settle as the full impact of the legislation is figured out, it's business as usual at Benelogic.

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