With the stalled repeal and replace effort quickly being supplanted by two major hurricanes hitting the US, it can be easy to lose track of other news.
Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements (QSEHRAs) have received much needed clarifying rules via IRS Notice 2017-67, including a sample employee notice and attestation.
Learn how the IRS is indexing flexible spending account salary reductions
Proposed rules from the Department of Health and Human Services
With Congressional repeal and replace off the table for now and a new year on the horizon, regulators and courts are stepping up their activity again.
Each year before October 15, employers are responsible to provide a creditable or non-creditable coverage notice to enrolled individuals that may be eligible for Medicare Part D.
New Form for Employees to Request Information About Mental Health and Substance Abuse Coverage
Health Care Reform spring cleaning wrap-up
2018 Indexing Announced for HSAs and Affordability
April 2017 Webinar Invitation Employee Benefits During FMLA Thursday, April 27, 2017 2:00-3:30 Central (1:00-2:30 Mountain)
San Francisco HCSO Reporting Due May 1, 2017
Guidance for Health Care Reform in January & February, 2017
Notice of Marketplace Options - 1/31/17 Expiration Date Extended to 2/28/17
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has published 2017 federal poverty level (FPL) guidelines.
Early January Compliance Updates
Reminder for Calendar Year Plans to Complete Medicare Part D Reporting to CMS by March 1, 2017
No Change to Contraceptive Accommodation Process for Employers
A nationwide injunction has been issued to temporarily halt enforcement of the requirement for health plans to cover gender transition services.
In true holiday fashion, regulators issued hundreds of pages of guidance. In our bulletin below you can read about:
Qualified Small Employer HRAs can reimburse individual health insurance premiums beginning in 2017