Blog Posts in ACA Compliance

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The annual open enrollment period for insurance benefits is now upon us. Your company might already be actively engaged. If not, you may still have some time before open enrollment for your employees begins. Are you ready for it? More importantly,...Read more
Employers choosing to offer pension and health insurance benefits to employees are subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974. Since the federal law was enacted, employees have enjoyed a certain level of protection by a...Read more
Employers are constantly looking for ways to attract the best possible talent. And with the booming economy and tightening labor market, hiring the right people is a more difficult proposition than it has been in a long, long time. So what is a...Read more
How much do you know about employee benefit packages? If you are like a lot of other business owners or managers, you probably consider yourself fairly knowledgeable. Maybe you are. On the other hand, maybe you're not. Perhaps you believe some of...Read more
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) under Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently announced they have no plans to defend the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as a lawsuit, filed by 20 states, works its way through the court system...Read more
What to Do If Your Company Received IRS Letter 226J
Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliance remains a requirement for qualifying employers irrespective of the repeal of the individual mandate. More importantly, the repeal of the individual mandate does not repeal the employer mandate. ACA regulations...Read more
New Year's Resolutions for Payroll Departments
The Christmas season is officially behind us. Now we start looking for the credit card bills we know will eventually come due. In the meantime, many of us are also working on keeping those New Year's resolutions made in the waning hours of 2017. As...Read more