How the Supreme Court's decision in King v. Burwell impacts the employer mandate and what employers should do next.
The government's recently released FAQs address questions about the Affordable Care Act’s requirement for non-grandfathered group health plans to cover in-network preventive items and services without cost sharing requirements.
Determining the cost of applicable coverage raises a number of issues that affect the Cadillac Tax, COBRA continuation of coverage, and other areas of benefits law (e.g., W-2 health coverage reporting).
This special enrollment period will allow those individuals and families who were unaware or didn’t understand the implications of this new requirement to enroll in 2015 health insurance coverage through the FFM.
by Brian McLaughlin Recently, the Internal Revenue Service released final forms and instructions for reporting on the individual mandate (Code Sec. 6055) and the employer mandate (Code Sec. 6056). While these final forms (1094-C and 1095-C) reference calendar year 2014, reporting for 2014 is not required. Employers will be subject...