Implications of Health Care Reform on Payroll Reporting
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Avoid costly fines and penalties for noncompliance - discover tips and strategies you can implement into your payroll practices today.
The phased in requirements of health care reform require that you continually monitor the landscape to spend your benefit dollars effectively, while remaining compliant. This is an opportunity for employers to reassess their decisions and consider the future impact of this legislation. Stay current on your compliance obligations, planning considerations and take a closer look at the impact on your payroll system, benefit plans and accommodations.
AuthorsJacob Guinn, J.D., Postlethwaite & Netterville, APAC Brandon A. Lagarde, Postlethwaite & Netterville, APAC
Status of Health Care Reform Law
Employer Shared Responsibility - Transitional Guidance for 2015, Applicable Large Employer Determination, Measurement Periods - Do Your Payroll Records Support These Determinations?
Employer Reporting - Insured and Self-Insured Plans, Transitional Guidance
Avoiding the ACA Snare for Other Benefits - Maintaining HIPAA Excepted Benefits for W-2 Exclusion
COBRA Dilemma - Individual Severance Agreements, Expiration of the Health Care Tax Credit, Employee Elections
Employer Payment Plans - No Longer a Permitted Payroll Practice