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Videos & Webinars

Webinar: Affordable Care Act – Taking Stock and Looking Ahead to 2017

It is time to take stock and get ready for the 2017 plan year. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) continues to present compliance challenges with key provisions now in full effect and updated regulatory guidance still being issued. In this webinar, we cover the latest ACA topics that should be on your radar, including affordability - which is a “hot” topic thanks to guidance from the IRS on cash-in-lieu of benefits and “flex credits.”

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Webinar: Affordable Care Act – Planning for 2016 Non-Calendar Year Plans

If your organization operates under a non-calendar year plan, you’ll need to address some key Affordable Care Act issues that present unique compliance challenges when planning for 2016. Watch this complimentary webinar in which we discuss these issues and address some pitfalls to avoid.

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Webinar: Affordable Care Act – Fun with Forms 1094 & 1095-C

2016 is right around the corner, which means the due dates for the first reporting under Internal Revenue Codes sections 6055 and 6056 are quickly approaching. The IRS recently issued the final versions of Forms 1094-C and 1095-C that employers will be using for this first reporting. We review changes from the 2014 versions, sort through the various indicator codes, and answer some burning questions.

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Webinar: Affordable Care Act – Are You Prepared for the Cadillac Tax?

Remember the Cadillac tax? When the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, it contained a “time bomb” in the form of a 40% excise tax on high-cost employer health plans that didn’t go into effect until 2018.

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Webinar: ACA Planning for Plan Year 2016

Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law five years ago, we’ve all been kept on our toes as we’ve worked to keep pace with its implementation. Employers have continuously adapted to the ever-changing requirements — from expanding coverage of dependents up to age 26 to providing a notice of coverage options to employees.

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