Regulators will soon begin enforcing stringent “Transparency in Coverage” (TiC) rules for health plans, beginning on July 1, 2022. Learn what these changes mean for employers and their health plans, and how TiC interacts with other similar changes within the federal No Surprises Act.
There’s renewed attention on fixing the “family glitch” for employees seeking affordable coverage for a spouse and/or dependents through a state exchange. Find out about the controversial White House “fix” being advocated.
The federal “No Surprises Act” has brought many changes to health plans – many of which are in effect now, or are quickly approaching. Learn what these changes mean for your clients’ plans and your clients.
California employers with 5+ employees that do not already sponsor a retirement plan must begin participating in a state-run retirement program called CalSavers by June 30. Here’s what employers need to know.
California's most-recent attempt to pass "single payer" legislation in California failed, for the sixth time, in January 2022. Learn about California's recent AB 1400 proposal, and take a deeper dive into "single payer" methodology for Californians and the country.
By February, most taxpayers have received one or more IRS Affordable Care Act (ACA) tax forms providing information about the health coverage they maintained and/or were offered during the previous year. Here’s what you need to know, and how to help employees with these forms.
Start the year off with helpful tips and employee-facing resources to explain the Affordable Care Act IRS reporting Forms 1095 and considerations employees should make before deciding to waive employer-sponsored health coverage in 2022.