Employer-Supported Child Care

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina is authorized to provide eligible employees of constituent institutions a program of dependent care assistance as available under Section 129 and related sections of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The Board of Governors may authorize constituent institutions to enter into annual agreements with employees who elect to participate in the program to provide for a reduction in salary. With the approval of the Director of the Budget, savings in the employer's share of contributions under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act on account of the reduction in salary may be used to pay some or all of the administrative expenses of the program. Should the Board of Governors decide to contract with a third party to administer the terms and conditions of a program of dependent care assistance, it may select a contractor only upon a thorough and completely competitive procurement process.

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Code: N.C. Gen. Stat. § 116-17.1
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NC

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

41. [n1]To investigate innovative approaches to private sector work and employee compensation arrangements, such as flexible hours and job sharing, flexible compensation and benefit plans including employee assistance programs, employer-supported dependent care and family leave, which will benefit both employers and employees by improving productivity and morale, lowering rates of absenteeism, tardiness and turnover, and enhancing a company's image.43. To work with the New York job development authority, the New York state urban development corporation and other economic development agencies in promoting the inclusion of dependent care facilities as part of business expansion, industrial park, multi-tenant building or other projects assisted by the authority, the corporation or other agencies.

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Code: NY CLS Econ Dev § 100
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NY

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

The council is authorized to establish a flexible employee benefit plan for employees of the state and public schoolteachers and public school employees and to promulgate rules and regulations for its administration, subject to the limitations contained in this article and in Articles 1 and 2 of this chapter. The flexible employee benefit plan may provide for deductions or salary reductions for group life insurance, group property and casualty insurance, disability insurance, supplemental health and accident insurance, health care or dependent care spending accounts.

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Code: O.C.G.A. § 45-18-52
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GA

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

(1) A credit against the taxes otherwise due under ORS chapter 316 (or, if the taxpayer is a corporation, under ORS chapter 317 or 318) shall be allowed to a resident employer or to a corporation that is an employer for amounts paid or incurred during the taxable year by the employer for dependent care assistance actually provided to an employee if the assistance is furnished pursuant to a program which meets the requirements of section 129(d) of the Internal Revenue Code and if the employer has received a certificate as provided in subsection (2) of this section.

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Code: ORS § 315.204
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OR

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

(1) A credit against the taxes otherwise due under ORS chapter 316 (or, if the taxpayer is a corporation that is an employer, under ORS chapter 317 or 318) is allowed to an employer, based upon costs actually paid or incurred by the employer, to acquire, construct, reconstruct, renovate or otherwise improve real property so that the property may be used primarily as a dependent care facility.

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Code: ORS § 315.208
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OR

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

There is established a dependent care assistance program to be administered by the division of personnel, department of administrative services. Under this program, an employee may have a certain amount of his salary withheld, before taxes, for the purpose of day care expenses.

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Code: RSA 21-I:44-a
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NH

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

The State Board of Education is authorized to provide eligible employees of local school administrative units a program of dependent care assistance as available under Section 129 and related sections of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The State Board may authorize local school administrative units to enter into annual agreements with employees who elect to participate in the program to provide for a reduction in salary. With the approval of the Director of the Budget, savings in the employer's share of contributions under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act on account of the reduction in salary may be used to pay some or all of the administrative expenses of the program. Should the State Board decide to contract with a third party to administer the terms and conditions of a program of dependent care assistance, it may select a contractor only upon a thorough and completely competitive procurement process.

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Code: N.C. Gen. Stat. § 115C-441.1
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NC

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

The State Board of Community Colleges is authorized to provide eligible employees of constituent institutions a program of dependent care assistance as available under Section 129 and related sections of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The State Board may authorize constituent institutions to enter into annual agreements with employees who elect to participate in the program to provide for a reduction in salary. With the approval of the Director of the Budget, savings in the employer's share of contributions under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act on account of the reduction in salary may be used to pay some or all of the administrative expenses of the program. Should the State Board decide to contract with a third party to administer the terms and conditions of a program of dependent care assistance, it may select a contractor only upon a thorough and completely competitive procurement process.

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Code: N.C. Gen. Stat. § 115D-25.1
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NC

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

Shall allow employees to voluntarily establish expense reimbursement plans from their salaries on a pretax basis to pay for qualified medical and dependent care expenses, including premiums paid by employees for qualified supplemental insurance.

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Code: Fla. Stat. § 110.161
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NULL
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FL

Dependent Care: Employer-Supported

Description: 

Subject to the provisions of appropriations acts, the secretary of administration is hereby authorized to establish and administer a cafeteria plan pursuant to the provisions of section 125 of the federal internal revenue code of 1986 which shall be available to persons who are officers or employees of the state and who are qualified to participate in the state health care benefits program and which shall include, but not be limited to, provisions under which such officers and employees may agree to receive reduced compensation and (1) have the state's contribution under K.S.A. 75-6508 and amendments thereto cover costs of dependent benefit coverage or other benefits under the state health care benefits program which would otherwise be payable by such officers and employees, and (2) receive benefits under the state employee dependent care assistance program under K.S.A. 75-6520.

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Code: K.S.A. § 75-6512
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NULL
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KS
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