Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Honor System?

According to Bob Laszewski, a leading anaylyst regarding health care policy, health insurance exchanges will be granted the honor system – meaning that insurance exchanges can mostly rely upon the applicant’s statement regarding their income versus requiring proof of income.  … Continue reading

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IRS Issues Formal Guidance on Employer Mandate Penalties Delay

On July 9, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued formal guidance on the Employer Mandate Penalties Delay.  See Notice 2013-45 as well as our Legislative Brief for more details. The delay does not affect … Continue reading

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Employer Mandate – Delayed One Year!

Late last Tuesday, the Department of Treasury unexpectedly announced that the effective date of a key provision of the Affordable Care Act has been delayed for one year. The announcement delays the effective date of … Continue reading

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