2014 Labor & Employment Law Update: Recent ACA Developments

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In This Presentation:

- Current State Of Health Care Reform

- How Long are the Obamacare Regulations?

- Delayed . . .

- Not Delayed . . .

- The New Model for Health Insurance Coverage

- Individual Mandate

- Exchanges/Health Insurance Market Places

- State Exchanges (as of October 1, 2013)

- Subsidizing Premiums

- Who Is Eligible for Subsidized Coverage?

- Employer “Pay or Play” Mandate

- Delayed Effective Date for Some Employers

- Employers Subject to Tax

- Special Issues

- New Employee Example

- Penalty Tax on Large Employers Not Offering Coverage

- Penalty Tax

- Penalty Tax on Large Employers that Offer Coverage

- Penalty Tax

- Minimum Value Sets Floor

- Grandfathered Status

- January 1, 2014 Grandfathered Plans

- January 1, 2014 Non-Grandfathered Plans

- 90 Day Waiting Period

- PCORI Fees

- Reinsurance Fee

- Risk Adjustment Program

- Yet To Come

- Nondiscrimination Rules

- DOL Health Care Reform Audits

- Wellness Programs

- Types of Wellness Programs

- Participatory Only

- Health-Contingent

- Compliance rules for Outcome-based programs

- Penalty for Non-Compliance

- Questions

Please see full Presentation below for more information.

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Topics:  Affordable Care Act, Delays, Employee Benefits, Employer Mandates, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Pay or Play, Penalties, Shared Responsibility Rule

Published In: Health Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Tax Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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