MAY 7, 2018 ROBERT SHEEN ACA REPORTING, AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, IRS
The evidence continues to mount that the Employer Mandate in the Affordable Care Act is not going away soon, if ever. And the process of the IRS issuing penalty notices to organizations could be slower than anticipated.
• By Elizabeth Galentine
For his first decade or so in the benefits business, Tony Roumell would naturally account for the workforce demographics of his San Diego-area clientele, as he shaped benefit plans for each company. It wasn’t until 2010, though, when his firm formalized this into a benefits strategy. The change was subtle, but by being deliberate about it, Employer Benefits Planning is winning over employers who are eager to develop a benefits program tailored to their individual employees’ needs as well as those of key management and owners.
Tony Roumell April 18, 2018 Retirement Planning Key Person Benefits
You provide your employees with a competitive salary, good medical care options and paid time-off. How about offering them a retirement plan?
Tony Roumell April 18, 2018 Compliance ACA, Affordable Care Act
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) has issued a final rule to expand short-term insurance options for Americans as part of the federal government’s continuing campaign to undermine the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The new HHS Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2019 provides operational and technical guidance to insurers that want to offer Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) in the Federally-facilitated Exchanges (FFEs) for plan years beginning in 2019.
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