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ARC #6032C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Revenue Department hereby proposes to amend Chapter 42, “Adjustments to Computed Tax and Tax Credits,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is proposed under the authority provided in Iowa Code section 422.68. This rule making implements...
ARC #5892C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Human Services Department hereby amends Chapter 99, “Support Establishment and Adjustment Services,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is adopted under the authority provided in Iowa Code section 252B.7A. This rule making implements, ...
ARC #5709C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Human Services Department hereby proposes to amend Chapter 99, “Support Establishment and Adjustment Services,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is proposed under the authority provided in Iowa Code section 252B.7A. This rule making ...
ARC #5421C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Inspections and Appeals Department hereby amends Chapter 50, “Health Care Facilities Administration,” Chapter 51, “Hospitals,” Chapter 58, “Nursing Facilities,” and Chapter 67, “General Provisions for Elder Group Homes, Assisted Living Program...
IAC Rule 11.64.7
Iowa Administrative Code
Dependent care. Employee eligibility. Enrollment. Termination of participation in the plan.
Published: 01/14/2009
IAC Rule 481.64.33
Iowa Administrative Code
Allegations of dependent adult abuse. Allegations of dependent adult abuse. Separation of accused abuser and victim.
Published: 06/16/2021
Tagged topics: adult abuse,  dependent adults,  victims
A broker-dealer, investment adviser, or qualified individual who, acting reasonably and in good faith, complies with section 502.804 shall be immune from any administrative or civil liability that might otherwise arise from such disclosure.
The commissioner of insurance shall assist employers with twenty-five or fewer employees with implementing and administering plans under section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, including medical expense reimbursement accounts and dependent care acco...
A broker-dealer or investment adviser shall provide to its qualified individuals training appropriate to the job responsibilities of a qualified individual. The training shall include all of the following: Instruction on how to identify the suspected ...
A broker-dealer, investment adviser, or qualified individual who, acting reasonably and in good faith, makes a disclosure of information to the administrator pursuant to this article shall be immune from administrative or civil liability that might ot...