With new year, new R.I. rules take effect

THE TURN OF THE CALENDAR YEAR triggered changes in Rhode Island tax law, minimum wage and transferred federally mandated ACA-related responsibilities to the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD
THE TURN OF THE CALENDAR YEAR triggered changes in Rhode Island tax law, minimum wage and transferred federally mandated ACA-related responsibilities to the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD
PROVIDENCE – With the advent of the new calendar year, new provisions from the fiscal 2018 budget have taken effect. The 2018 fiscal year budget included an increase to minimum wage from $9.60 an hour to $10.10 per hour that took effect Jan. 1. The minimum wage will also increase Jan. 1, 2019, from $10.10…

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