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Are Association Health Plans an Appealing Option for Small Businesses?

On June 21, the Employee Benefits Security Administration published the final regulation around Association Health Plans (AHPs) which allows small business and certain self-employed individuals to band together and expand their access to.

Healthcare Rates are Expected to Increase in 2019

A report by the Urban Institute concluded that 2019 insurance premiums, on average, will likely increase by 18.2% in 43 states. This news comes in the wake of President Trump passing a $1.3 trillion spending bill last week that left out benefit.

New States With Paid Sick Leave Laws

Although there currently are no federal requirements for employee paid sick leave, 9 states and Washington D.C. currently require paid sick leave. In 2011, the state of Connecticut was the first to require its employees be paid for sick leave if.

New Form W-4 and Withholding Calculator are Here

On February 28, the IRS announced the release of a new Form W-4 as well as an updated Withholding Calculator as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December, 2017. Although the IRS released the new tax tables mid-January in accordance with.

IRS Extends Deadline for 1095 ACA Forms

On Friday, December 22, the IRS released an official announcement that it has extended the 2018 deadline for employers to provide employees their 2017 health coverage information. The original January 31, 2018 due date has been extended to March 2,.

What Employers Need to Know About the New Tax Bill

Although President Trump has signed the new tax bill this morning, there are no immediate changes that need to be made to employee-related payroll taxes. While the tax bill will take effect January 1, 2018, changes on employee withholdings will.

Health Care Bill onto the Senate, what does its future look like?

The U.S. house of representative voted on May 4, 2017 to approve the GOP's health care bill and the American Health Care Act of 2017 was passed with 217 votes for, and 213 votes against. The bill was passed largely on party lines with every.

American Health Care Act passed, could it require revote?

Earlier this month, news broke that House Republicans managed to pass their American Health Care Act with a marginal 217-213 vote, with all Democrats and 20 Republicans voting against it. This was a major win for President Trump, after a once.

Rocky Road Continues For Revived Health Care Bill

With President Trump’s 100th day in office upon us, major Republican leaders, including Reince Priebus, Trump’s Chief of Staff, were eager to once again put their re-worked health care bill to vote earlier this week. The repeal and replacement.

California Single-Payer Healthcare in the Near Future?

On Wednesday, California Senate Health Committee approved measure SB-562 with a 5-2 vote which would create a government-run universal healthcare system.  Although approved by the committee, there is still much follow-up to be done.

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