HHS Lowers Cost-Sharing Reduction Limits for 2022

HHS Lowers Cost-Sharing Reduction Limits for 2022

September 7, 2021 The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently made available an FAQ specifying the cost-sharing reduction limits (CSR) for the 2022 tax year. In the FAQ, the HHS makes Read More
Special Enrollment Period Doubles Enrollees, Final Month Approaches

Special Enrollment Period Doubles Enrollees, Final Month Approaches

July 26, 2021 In June, the ACA’s special enrollment period garnered 1 million sign-ups through the federal health exchange, HealthCare.gov. A month later and the number of enrollees has doubled. On July 14, Read More
Recapping on Biden’s ACA Reforms, What Employers Need to Know

Recapping on Biden’s ACA Reforms, What Employers Need to Know

April 8, 2021 3 minute read: Since Biden took office on January 20, 2021, several advancements to the Affordable Care Act followed, so we thought it best to recap on the ACA reforms Read More
What Biden’s New HHS Secretary Could Mean for the ACA

What Biden’s New HHS Secretary Could Mean for the ACA

March 22, 2021 3 minute read: President Joe Biden nominated California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra, a known supporter of the ACA, as the new Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary. On March 18, Read More
Marketplace Notices: They’re Not (Always) As Bad As You Think

Marketplace Notices: They’re Not (Always) As Bad As You Think

August 3, 2016 In May, the ACA Times released an article detailing what exactly a notice from the Health Insurance Marketplace entails. As previously stated, this notice is to inform employers that one Read More