From 2013 to 2015, a series of Supreme Court cases and government updates have changed the landscape of the way employers must consider same-sex spouses in relation to employee benefits.
It is not unusual for an entrepreneurial family, a group of physicians, or a fast-growing corporation to spin off pieces of a certain segment of a business or to open a completely new business with profits earned from an existing one. Don’t overlook related corporate entity issues in these situations.
As the shutdown nears its apparent end, the shutdown’s effect on the employee benefits discipline has been just as broad.
Do you know where your state stands, and what your options are? If not, read on…
While much attention has been focused on the federal government shutdown and its effect on PPACA regulations, employers are still awaiting guidance on DOMA.
Why state and federally facilitated health care exchanges are not a realistic option for active employees.
Guidance on released details from the IRS on permissible HRAs, clarification on minimum essential, minimum value and affordable coverage, and payment of individual premiums through an employer-provided plan.
A number of small-group employers are already planning to send their employees to the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges.
Read how the government shutdown throws a monkey wrench into PPACA marketplace and guidance for employers.
The health marketplaces are starting to accept applications, and with that, interest in the premium subsidy process is increasing.Here are the basics you need to know about premium subsidies and who’s eligible.