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As Simple as Do-Re-Mi: Treasury and IRS Issue Final Rules on Employer Information Reporting under ACA

Posted in Affordable Care Act (ACA), Compliance Issues, Employer Mandate
While no one would claim that understanding the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) and all of its associated regulations is as simple as the chorus from a Jackson 5 song, the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service announced final rules (“Final Rules”) Wednesday to make it easier for employers to report on employee health coverage. The Final… Continue Reading

Do You Want Health Insurance with Your Entrée?

Posted in Affordable Care Act (ACA), Employer Mandate, Health Insurance
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that restaurant-goers are paying more than just tax and tip when dining out—a new policy at an L.A. restaurant means that diners will also be contributing to covering the cost of the restaurant’s employees’ health insurance premiums. Republique, an upscale restaurant featuring a café and bistro, is now adding… Continue Reading

ACA Employer Mandate Delayed until 2016 for Mid-Sized Employers

Posted in Affordable Care Act (ACA), Employer Mandate
Employers with 50 to 99 full-time employees will not be subject to penalties under the Employer Mandate of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) for failing to provide health insurance coverage to employees in 2015. On Monday, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service announced finals rules (the “Final Rules”) granting temporary relief… Continue Reading