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Posts Tagged ‘repeal’

Understanding the ACA Employer Mandate Part 2

There has been endless debate surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the only certainty about its future is that it is uncertain. Repair, replace, rescind or reconcile, whatever your view of the ACA, at present it is still in force and must be complied with. This is Part 2 of a 2-part article. Part […]

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The Affordable Care Act – the repeal/replace saga continues

Just when we thought the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal/replace effort was off the table for this year, two executive decisions that impact the ACA are made. It is important to note, however, that neither impact the employer mandate so our advice remains the same: stay the course for 2017 employer reporting. Two executive decisions […]

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ACA Repeal – How could it impact Employee Benefits?

No matter which side of the political fence you’re on - whether you are in favor of the Affordable Care Act repeal or not - you know that whatever decisions may be made means big changes to employee benefits, right? Maybe not. A recent survey by Jellyvision, an employee based communication platform provider, revealed that […]

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I thought the ACA was getting repealed … what happened?

Just a couple months ago, you could not watch any major news show without at least some of the show being dedicated to the repeal and replacement efforts of the Affordable Care Act. However, since the passage of the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) by the House of Representatives in early May, the topic of healthcare […]

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Affordable Care Act Changes, Not A Repeal – Yet

Although there are plenty of headlines suggesting President-Elect Trump could repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it hasn’t happened yet. In the meantime, businesses must continue to comply with the existing legislation. However, the IRS has made a slight change in deadlines and extended the good faith penalty relief to the 2016 information […]

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