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The IRS announced late last year in Notice 2018-06 that it had extended the 2018 deadline for insurers, self-insured employers, other coverage providers and applicable large employers to provide Forms 1095-B and 1095-C (the “Forms”) to individuals who received health insurance coverage in 2017 from January 31, 2018 to March 2, 2018. That deadline is quickly approaching.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: ACA , Employer Reporting , March 2nd , IRS , Q&A
The IRS has provided updates to the Employer Shared Responsibility Q&A guidance on its website.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: ACA , Employer Shared Responsibility , Penalty , 4980(h) , IRS , Q&A , Affordability

Income Tax Season is Upon Us

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January 29, 2018 marked the start of tax filing season. People have until Tuesday, April 17, 2018, to file their 2017 returns and pay any taxes due. The filing tax deadline is later this year due to several factors.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: IRS , 1095-A , 1095-B , 1095-C , 1099-SA , 5498-SA , HSA , Dependent Care FSA , Form 2441 , Form 8889 , ACA , group health insurance , HRA , PEB , COBRA Beneficiary
Yesterday, President Trump signed a bill which will provide funding for the government for an additional three weeks, through February 8, 2018, ending the government shutdown. The bill included a provision delaying the Cadillac Tax until January 1, 2022.
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: Cadillac Tax , CHIP , medical device tax , health insurance tax , government shutdown
In response to an October 2017 Executive Order, the Department of Labor recently released proposed rules that would make it easier for small businesses and sole proprietors to band together to purchase and provide health insurance through association health plans.
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: AHP , Association Health Plan , Department of Labor , DOL , Affordable Care Act , ACA , proposed rules , small employers
The IRS recently announced in Notice 2018-06 that it has extended the 2018 deadline for insurers, self-insured employers, other coverage providers and applicable large employers to provide Forms 1095-B and 1095-C to individuals who received health insurance coverage in 2017. These Forms, which are required by the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), must now be provided to individuals by March 2, 2018, instead of January 31, 2018. Notice 2018-06 also provides relief from penalty payments under the A...
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: Affordable Care Act , ACA , 1095-B , 1095-C , health insurance , IRS , Notice 2018-06 , relief , penalty , good faith

GOP Passes Tax Reform

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After months of debate on tax reform, today the House by a by a vote of 224-201, passed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (H.R. 1) to overhaul the tax code. The bill now heads to the White House where President Trump says that he will sign it into law. We anticipate that the bill will be signed before Christmas.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: Tax Reform , GOP , Depedent Care Flexible Spending Accounts , Transportation Plans , Bicycling Benefit , Transit , Parking , Education Assistance , Adoption Assistance , IRS , Individual Mandate , ACA , Cadillac Tax
The IRS issued Notice 2018-03, announcing the optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Health Care Reform, Compliance | Tags: IRS , Medical , Mileage , Charitable , Business , 2018 Limits
Today, the House Ways and Means Committee announced the introduction of a number of bills dealing with ACA-related taxes, including one which would delay implementation of the Cadillac tax for one additional year.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Health Care in General | Tags: Cadillac tax , health insurance , ACA , Affordable Care Act
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) released a report earlier this year that was intended to serve as a resource guide to aid Congressional staffers when answering frequently-asked questions about the Affordable Care Act. On December 1, 2017, CRS released a revised and updated version of the report.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Health Care in General | Tags: Affordable Care Act , ACA , CHIP , Congressional Research Service , CRS
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