An Employer-Centric Summary of the American Health Care Act

in Affordable Care Act, Health Benefits

Updated on March 13, 2016

Unless you recently were stranded on an uninhabited island, or do not own a mobile phone, computer or television, you likely have not heard that the House released the Affordable Care Act repeal and replace bill. This new bill is referred to as the American Health Care Act (“AHCA”).  While there is much to discuss, at this point, we are only focusing on those provisions that affect employers.  Further, we know that this draft will not be the final legislation,...Continue Reading

If You Have Less than 50 Employees, Read This

in Affordable Care Act, Health Benefits

You may not yet have heard about a new type of health plan arrangement created in December 2016 for small employers – the “QSEHRA”.  Many employers, particularly small employers, were adversely affected by a change in the law prohibiting employers from reimbursing employees for the cost of their individual health policies.  Under this new law, Qualified Small Employers can adopt a Health Reimbursement Arrangement that complies with the rules set out in Internal Revenue Code Section...Continue Reading