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Resources to help you navigate pandemic-related employee benefit issues


In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Congress passed, and the president signed, the CARES Act, which contains a number of provisions related to retirement and health & welfare plans. Additionally, Agencies have issued pandemic-related relief in a number of areas.  DATAIR has prepared the following information for our clients:

Frequently Asked Questions (Revised 4/14/2020)
https://www.datair.com/pdf/DATAIRCOVIDFAQ.pdf

Client Communication - Word Format with Cover Letter and Safe Harbor Notice Update (4/10/2020)
https://www.datair.com/files/covidparticipantcommunication.docx

Client Communication - PDF with Generic Self-Certification (4/6/2020)
https://www.datair.com/pdf/CARESActCommunication20200406.pdf

Client Communication - PDF with Detailed Self-Certification (4/2/2020)
https://www.datair.com/pdf/CARESActCommunication20200402.pdf

Robust discussion of COVID-19 related employee benefit issues has been taking place on DATAIR's Discussion Forums. If you're not currently a Forum user, now would be a good time to register at https://www.datair.com/forums.

Government Links

CARES Act Final Language

IRS Coronavirus Resources and Guidance 

PBGC COVID-19 Resources
 

DATAIR's Pandemic Actions

On Friday March 13, 2020 Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker requested that employers in the state, with employees able to work from home, voluntarily do so. DATAIR responded by transitioning 90% of our staff to work from home beginning Monday March 16.

On the following Friday, March 20, the Governor issued an executive order that required non-essential businesses to close if employees could not work exclusively from home with limited exceptions. As a result, all DATAIR staff is now working remotely. The order currently extends through April 30, 2020.

To better facilitate the distribution of support and other requests, please direct your request to support@datair.com, or leave a voicemail at (630) 325-2600.

We appreciate your patience during this time. Stay home and stay safe.

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