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The current state of health care reform: A webinar

With his executive order on the Affordable Care Act, Donald Trump signaled to the world that he’s serious about health care reform. The order also introduced a slew of new questions for employers, who are already struggling with ACA reporting and compliance amid the law’s uncertain future.

To address these questions and help employers navigate the shifting landscape, we’re hosting a webinar on Thursday, Feb. 2. We’ll cover the latest legislative events and how they stand to impact the future of health care reform.

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The intelligent solution to ACA filing

The filing requirements for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are far more convoluted than they first appear. While the simple instruction “file” doesn’t ring any immediate warning bells, the process can be long, confusing, and just shy of impossible to do correctly.

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Repeal and replace? The public may not think so

Many aspects of health care reform have been divisive issues for years, but this election cycle once again brought health care to the forefront of Americans’ minds. Some look at the election of Donald Trump as evidence that half the nation is behind his calls to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—but is this actually true?

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IRS extends 1095 furnishing deadline and good faith effort standard

On Friday, Nov. 18, the IRS released Notice 2016-70, which automatically extends the deadline for 1095 employee fulfillment by 30 days, and also reinstitutes the “good faith effort” standard that applied last year. Though this announcement essentially extends the same benefits employers were granted last year, the extension is shorter and does not apply to the filing deadlines.

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Repeal and replace: 5 lawmakers shaping the future of the ACA

Health care reform is coming.

The only questions that remain are how, when, what, and who.

The replacement for the Affordable Care Act remains fuzzy, but Congress is taking definitive steps toward something new. While we can’t yet say what the law will look like, or when changes will come, we do have an increasingly clear picture of who will make it happen.

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