IRS ISSUES ACA 2018 FORMS 1094-C AND 1095-C, INSTRUCTIONS, AND 226J FOR 2016

IRS ISSUES ACA 2018 FORMS 1094-C AND 1095-C, INSTRUCTIONS, AND 226J FOR 2016

October 29, 2018 1 minute read: The IRS has released the final 1094/1095-C schedules and reporting instructions for the 2018 tax year, to be filed and furnished in 2019. You can find the Read More
Open Enrollment Missing ACA Individual Mandate

Open Enrollment Missing ACA Individual Mandate

October 24, 2018 3 minute read: The open enrollment period on HR.gov will run from November 1, 2018, to December 15, 2018, only 45 days, the same as the previous year’s open enrollment Read More
Bipartisan Senate Bill Quietly Gaining Momentum

Bipartisan Senate Bill Quietly Gaining Momentum

October 30, 2017 A bipartisan Senate bill that would continue cost sharing payments to insurance companies and provide states more flexibility in addressing healthcare issues is quietly gaining momentum. The U.S. Senate’s Committee Read More
Americans Don’t Want President Trump to Destroy the Affordable Care Act

Americans Don’t Want President Trump to Destroy the Affordable Care Act

October 26, 2017 While President Trump does his best to undermine the Affordable Care Act, the American public wants it to succeed. Americans don’t want the Affordable Care Act (ACA) destroyed. They want Read More
Has the ACA Bettered the Language Barriers in Forms Reporting? We Asked a Professional

Has the ACA Bettered the Language Barriers in Forms Reporting? We Asked a Professional

October 25, 2017 Over the last few years, pocket neighborhoods of Spanish speaking individuals have produced significant language barriers when it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Many whose primary language is Read More
Moral Hazard and the ACA: The Late Nobel Economist Kenneth Arrow’s Legacy Lives On

Moral Hazard and the ACA: The Late Nobel Economist Kenneth Arrow’s Legacy Lives On

March 10, 2017 By John Dante Kenneth J. Arrow was known for, among other things, laying the intellectual foundation that eventually gave rise to the Affordable Care Act. Born in 1921 in New Read More
The ACA Brings Another Win To California

The ACA Brings Another Win To California

September 20, 2016 In the 4th Kaiser Family Foundation Longitudinal Panel Survey, some impressive findings surround the state of California. The survey polled a randomly selected pool of uninsured adult Californians and tracked Read More
ACA Late Filing: A Penalties Chart

ACA Late Filing: A Penalties Chart

August 24, 2016 Employers were given a gift of sorts from the IRS and the ACA when extensions for paper filings were extended to 5/31/16 and electronic filings were extended to 6/30/16. Perhaps Read More

Administration Predicts Lower ACA Enrollment

November 11, 2014 Obama administration officials say the number of Americans who will gain health coverage during 2015 through Affordable Care Act marketplaces will be about 30% lower than earlier estimates. Health and Read More

Feds Close “Skinny” Health Plan Loophole

November 6, 2014 Employer’s won’t be able to use so-called “skinny” health plans to meet coverage requirements of the Affordable Care Act, according to a notice issued Nov. 4 by the Internal Revenue Read More