The Internal Revenue Service is still trying to figure out how to combine two new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act reporting programs. Read more…
In order to avoid some very long nights in the coming weeks, here are nine items you need to check off your 2014 checklist to stay out of the PPACA’s woodshed.
Read the full statement here and see what changes have been made to employer reporting requirements.
The Obama administration on Thursday released new proposals for carrying out a major requirement of the federal health care law that was postponed earlier this summer.
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
Find out if compliance is still required for Jan. 1, 2014 for your company.
With the recent employer mandate delay, some businesses might be overlooking the requirement to provide a notice to employees about health insurance coverage that may be available through a public exchange.
Affected employers face some tough decisions on what approach they will take in the wake of the Obama administration’s unexpected decision to delay a key health care reform law provision.
While the employer mandate is suspended, a variety of key provisions that go into effect on January 1, 2014 remain in play.
More than half of private companies surveyed about their readiness for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act said they were already in compliance with the law.