IRS Enforcement of ACA Penalties Is No Surprise

IRS Enforcement of ACA Penalties Is No Surprise

July 9, 2018 4 minute read: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was first enacted in 2010 under the Obama administration. A component of the ACA, the Employer Shared Responsibility Provision (ESRP), also referred Read More
Possible Extension Of Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments, More Flexibility for States May Face A Challenge

Possible Extension Of Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments, More Flexibility for States May Face A Challenge

September 19, 2017 The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions hearings on the Affordable Care Act could lead to bipartisan legislation for Congressional approval to continue cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments Read More
The Questionable Fate Of Trump’s Promises For Tax Reform

The Questionable Fate Of Trump’s Promises For Tax Reform

June 6, 2017 On May 30, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer explained that President Trump’s “plan for the most significant tax reform in decades continues to progress.” However, that may not reflect Read More
New Delays Prove The ACA Will Be Around For A While

New Delays Prove The ACA Will Be Around For A While

May 23, 2017 On Monday (May 22), a motion was filed by both the White House and Congress requesting a 90-day delay regarding an appeal surrounding cost-sharing reduction payments (CSR). The case, known Read More
Rules on Contraception Coverage Tightened

Rules on Contraception Coverage Tightened

May 13, 2015 The Obama administration issued tighter rules on contraception offered by insurance companies, requiring insurers to pay for at least one form of birth control. The guidance, issued as a set Read More

Suit Denied Over Employer Mandate Delay

December 3, 2014 A legal challenge to the administration’s postponement of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate was denied by a 3-judge panel of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The panel ruled Read More