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HRAs and Family Members: A New Wrinkle for Form 1095-C
ACA Reporting Rules Will Be Tall Order
IRS Extends Due Dates for ACA Information Reporting
IRS Is on a Messaging Mission: Make ACA Reporting Top-of-Mind
ACA Information Reporting: Insights for the Journey
Ready or Not, ACA Forms Due to Employees by Jan. 31
ACA Reporting Requirements: Tips for What’s Ahead in 2016
Final Rule Issued on Summary of Benefits and Coverage
Penalties Doubled for Not Filing ACA Information Returns
Coding Helps with Reporting Offers of Health Insurance Coverage
Guidance Addresses ACA Reporting Requirements
2016 Will Be Costly for ACA Compliance, Employers Say
Survey: Employers Likely to Outsource ACA Reporting
ACA Employer Reporting Requires Coordinated Effort
IRS Issues Draft Forms for 2015 ACA Reporting
Health Care Reform: Get Ready to Report
Insights on ACA's Reporting Requirements
Final Rules Implement ACA Employer Reporting Requirements
Employers Feel Weight of ACA-Required Notices
IRS Issues Proposed PPACA Rules on Employer-Information Reporting
Upcoming ACA Notice Requirements
Remember New Templates for SBCs
Start Communicating About Health Care Changes
DOL Issues Model COBRA Election and Exchange Notices
DOL Extends Safe Harbors for Summaries of Benefits and Coverage
Gear up for Exchange Notifications to Employees
HR Should Review Summary of Benefits and Coverage Carefully
Administration Issues Final Rule on Summary of Benefits and Coverage
Most Not Ready for Required Summary of Benefits and Coverage
IRS Issues Guidance on Reporting Health Coverage Cost on 2012 Forms W-2
Agencies Delay Deadline for Health Benefit Summaries
Proposed Health Benefit Summaries Are Onerous, Group Warns
New York Employers Must Report Availability of Dependent Health Coverage
Preparation Steps for Summaries of Benefits and Coverage
Get Ready for Summary of Benefits and Coverage Rule
Proposed Rule Issued on Comparable Health Plan Summaries
Part D Enrollment Period Shifts, Requiring Employers to Issue Notice a Month Earlier
Employers to IRS: Avoid Burdensome W-2 Health Plan Reporting
Highlighting Health Insurance value on Forms W-2
Plan Amendments Must Be in Place for 2011 PPACA Changes
IRS Issues Interim Guidance on Form W-2 Reporting of Cost of Health Coverage
President Signs Repeal of 1099 Tax Provision
IRS Issues Interim Guidance on W-2 Reporting of Health Care Costs
IRS Issues Guidance on Form W-2 Reporting for Costs of Employer-Provided Coverage
House Votes to Repeal Health Law Tax Reporting Requirement
Definition of 'Plan Year' Is Unresolved in Some Instances
Draft Form Issued for Reporting Health Care Costs on W-2s for 2011
HR Q&A: When the W-2 reporting requirement for the cost of an employee’s health benefits goes into effect, will employees be taxed for their health care?
Start Planning Now for New W-2 Reporting Requirement
Effective Date of PPACA’s Advance Notice Requirement Is Unclear
Guidance on External Review for Self-Insured Plans Issued
Health Reform Includes Form W-2 Reporting Requirement
Employer Reporting, Notifications: Prepare Now
Health Care Coverage of Part-Time Employees Raises New Tracking Issues
Coordinate Compliance Among Health Care Reform and Other Laws
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