July 1, 2016
After a long delay, the first batch of employer exchange notices under the Affordable Care Act is being sent to employers by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The notices advise employers when an employee has been certified as eligible to receive a premium tax credit (“subsidy”) and has enrolled in Marketplace (i.e., exchange) coverage—and that this might result in an employer tax assessment. Early reports from ASA member firms indicate that the number of notices received thus far is very low as a percentage of total staffing employment. Read More ›
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ASA Special Report on the Affordable Care Act
ASA senior counsel Ed Lenz reviews the association’s accomplishments and the key compliance issues of major concern to staffing firms and clients that remain outstanding. The report includes an update on the status of the notices regarding employee tax credits and the health insurance nondiscrimination testing rules, as well as a report on the pending legislation supported by ASA that would simplify the employer reporting requirements.