Still not really sure what the new tax law means for you and your business, especially when it comes to employee benefits?

Repeal of the individual mandate provision in the Affordable Care Act, new tax credits related to the Family & Medical Leave Act and elimination of some “fringe benefits” including employer-provided commuting and parking benefits: These are just some of the changes from the sweeping tax overhaul legislation signed into law late last month.

That’s the analysis from American City Business Journals contributing writer Jay Starkman, founder and CEO of Engage PEO.

Although tax and HR benefits experts are still interpreting the full impact of the new provisions, it’s important for employers to know which of their programs may be cut or eliminated.

To help in that regard, click here for a look at some of the key changes employers need to know.

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Townhomes, shops and office space proposed in Ocoee

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Restaurant group to build new Orlando HQ, expand Bento Cafe brand

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$15M high-tech NeoCity Academy will create 200+ jobs

Florida has second-highest poverty level in U.S.

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Bank of America takes $2.9B hit after tax overhaul

Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) — Central Florida’s second-largest bank — took a $2.9 billion charge related to the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but its adjusted results for the fourth quarter came in above expectations. More here.