On Sept. 5, 2013, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued two proposed rules intended to streamline the information-reporting requirements for certain employers and insurers under PPACA
In the wake of the Obama administration announcement; that the ACA mandatory employer and insurer reporting requirements will be delayed for one year. Workplace weekly news decides to seek expert opinion on the impact on businesses
Employers completing the model notice still have many questions regarding who, what, when and how. Here’s the answers you’ve been looking for. Read more…
Original content from United Benefit Advisors Updated August 29, 2013 Although the employer shared responsibility requirements have been delayed to 2015, the individual responsibility requirement (also known as the individual mandate) is still scheduled to take effect in 2014. Under the individual mandate, most people residing in the U.S. will be required to have minimum essential coverage, or they will have to pay a penalty. Many...
Employers are not required to educate their employees about their individual responsibilities under PPACA, but providing information on this component of the law is just another way to help your employees understand all facets of health care reform.
As employers determine their plan designs for the coming year, those with grandfathered status need to decide if maintaining grandfathered status is their best option.
Never put off what you can do today. Employers may be putting of PPACA requirements because they may not know where to start. So to help you out, here’s a PPACA readiness checklist to get you started.
The Official notice from the IRS regarding employer shared responsibility has been released, however it does not explain its implications on other parts of the ACA. For now, you can see what the delay does affect, what’s still required and what’s next.
In the past weeks, we have seen at least two changes that will affect how employers “do benefits.” Here’s what employers like you need to be thinking about, doing and preparing for.
What does the employer mandate delay mean for your company? It may mean a little bit of breathing room, but employers must also see what is still required. Find out here…