The ACA makes it pretty damn hard to move high-cost employees off of your health insurance to combat out-of-control (and still rising) insurance costs.
Postponing the tax until 2020 gives Congress more time to assess its potential effect on employers and employees.
A new survey of employers regarding Form 1095-C states that 2 in 5 employers are unfamiliar with the form.
But few companies likely to be affected by pending decision.
The IRS should start on the redesign and simplification for the 2016 form now.
How many employees understand the need to share Form 1095 with other family members, especially adult children?
A proposal asked states to establish a quantitative measure to help guarantee policyholders’ ability to access health care.
If it’s the intention of Cruz, Rubio and Lee to dismantle Obamacare, what better and more influential place to start than by cutting the wires to the Cadillac tax?
Alliance to Fight the 40 wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act’s excise tax on well-heeled health plans.
Studies show shifting health care costs on employees is causing some workers to skimp on coverage.