Polsinelli Podcast - Affordable Care Act Delays - What it Really Means for Employers

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Recently, the Treasury Department announced that the Obama Administration had issued a one-year delay on the reporting requirements for the Affordable Care Act. What does this mean for employers? In this week's "Inside Law" podcast produced by Polsinelli, attorney Brian Johnston explains in a four-minute podcast.

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Recently, the Treasury Department announced that the Obama Administration had issued a one-year delay on the reporting requirements for the Affordable Care Act. What does this mean for employers? In this week's "Inside Law" podcast produced by Polsinelli, attorney Brian Johnston explains in a four-minute podcast.

About Brian Johnston

Brian Johnston has dedicated more than two decades to helping clients navigate employee benefits law. He serves as head of the firm’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation group, and his primary practice areas include the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), employee benefits, and taxation. He has spent 22 years representing public and private businesses, government entities, third party administrators, and other insurance providers on a variety of employee benefit matters.www.polsinelli.com

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Topics:  Affordable Care Act, Delays, Employee Benefits, ERISA

Published In: Health Updates

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