Interaction of Health Care Reform with Other Laws in 2016 and 2017
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Gain a better understanding of how health care reform will impact you in the future.
Many employers have spent hundreds of hours and are now inundated with additional administrative paperwork due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Now there have been new forms, laws, compliance dates, and filings that have to be done each year. Do you need to hire a consultant or attorney to know what to do next? This topic will go over the history of the ACA and what parts of the law are to be implemented in 2016 through 2020 (when the Cadillac Tax will be due). Timelines and websites with information on future forms and filings will be provided.
AuthorsRob J. Thurston, HR Consulting Group, Inc.
Introduction on What Is the ACA in 2016
• What Laws and Parts of ACA Were Removed, Delayed, and Changed
• What Forms and Filings Need to Be Done in 2016 and 2017
• Do You Need to Hire an Attorney or Consultant to Comply With ACA
What About the Cadillac Tax
• Why Was It Delayed From 2018 to 2020? Any Chance of Repeal?
• What Steps Can an Employer Implement to Avoid a 40% Tax? Is It Tax Deductible?
• Can Consumer Driven Health and Wellness, Disease Management Work?
What Is the Future of the ACA?
• Repeal, Remove Funding, Replace or Reform?
• The Future Trends in Health Care
• 10 Tax Savings Strategies for Benefits