The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) created a tax penalty for individuals who do not have qualifying medical coverage as specified under the law. Many people felt the government was [...]
Signed in December 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminates PPACA’s federal individual mandate penalty for not having health insurance starting in 2019.
Many employers shrug at this news since the elimination of the federal individual mandate … [...]
Although the current administration has directed the federal agencies to use their regulatory authority to simplify and delay certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), many employers may [...]
Earlier this month, Gallagher Benefit Services Compliance Advisors released their 2017 Year-end Review and Reminders technical bulletin. Highlighted below are a few items mentioned in the bulletin and how employers and carriers are responding to some [...]
Many employers are under the assumption that they're not responsible for temporary employees' health insurance. This is not always the case. Your company could be responsible if it is the common law employer under the IRS rules.
Check out the video below where compliance officers Lindsey Surratt and Katharine Marshall discuss [...]
On October 10th, a federal district court in the Western District of North Carolina struck down Amendment One as unconstitutional (Amendment One defined marriage in NC as only between one man and one woman, effectively prohibiting same-sex marriages in the state). The [...]