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Author Archives: Pia Brown
The Affordable Care Act requires employers to report the aggregate cost of coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan. Employers that provide “applicable employer-sponsored coverage” under a group health plan are subject to this reporting requirement. This includes businesses, tax-exempt … Continue reading
Among other things, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) imposes new obligations on “large employers.” These rules (outlined in Internal Revenue Code § 4980H) will increase reporting obligations for all affected employers and may increase costs for certain … Continue reading
In May I wrote a blog post for OvationNation and said, “While the initial year after enactment focused on insurance reforms such as enhancing and creating standards for preventive care coverage, removing lifetime limits, and creating equal access for dependents, this … Continue reading
Last week I made my debut here on the OvationNation blog with a post titled 10 Things Employers Must Know to Navigate the ACA: Part 1. I understand from our marketing department that my post was well-received, and in addition to … Continue reading