Minimum essential coverage (MEC) is the type of coverage that an individual must have under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Employers that are subject to the ACA’s shared responsibility provisions (often called “play or pay”) must offer MEC coverage that is affordable and provides minimum value. In the fall of 2015 the IRS issued Notice 2015-68 stating it was planning to propose…
The timeline for many employer requirements has changed significantly, and with that modification come many question marks.
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.
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…
In accordance with the recent delay of the the employer mandate, there are now 4 things to consider as employers prepare for the mandate in 2015.
With much talk about “play or pay”, little has been said about the impact of PPACA on employees and their families.
Why employers must carefully weigh the factors for determining to play or pay.
Here is a list of items employers should already be engaged in with their Advisers
Read the how and why ancillary benefits will be of much interest this year.
Many of the nation’s employers are still on the fence concerning the “Play or Pay” question in health care reform.