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Subsidy ruling could further delay employer mandate

Categories: ACA, HR
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Two court rulings issued this week taking opposing views on the legality of subsidies granted to individuals who enroll in the public health care exchanges have the potential to further delay the employer mandate, say some legal experts.

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Employers won’t feel immediate sting from federal court ACA subsidy ruling

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In another blow to President Barack Obama’s signature legislation, a three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the plaintiff, declaring the law’s premium subsidies are invalid in more than two dozen states due to the law’s specific language.

Read More (Source: Nick Otto & Gillian Roberts, Employee Benefit News)

Most newly insured Americans covered by employers, study finds

Categories: Health Care Reform, Team K Blog
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More than 9 million Americans obtained health insurance between September and mid-March, but most did so through employer-sponsored plans rather than through HealthCare.gov or the state exchanges, a survey by the RAND American Life Panel found. Read more

How to Survive a DOL Audit

Categories: Compliance News, Team K Blog
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Whatever process an employer chooses to follow in order to prepare for the on-site investigation, preparation, organization, and accessibility of information are critical to an efficient audit. Here are some key steps in how to make what is scheduled to be a multi-day audit into an audit that can be wrapped up in a matter of hours. Read more