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Your Single Source for Authoritative, Insightful, and Up-to-Date Answers to Your Healthcare Reform Questions

Confidently Navigate the Healthcare Reform Rules, Regulations, and Scores of Requirements
The all-new 2016 Healthcare Reform Facts clearly explains:
» Effective dates of various statutory penalties
» Types of health insurance affected by healthcare reform
» Rules regarding exchanges
» Reasons employers should or should not continue to offer health insurance
» Legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act or components thereof
» Tax incentives for offering employees health insurance
» Tax and other benefits of a grandfathered plan
» And more!


Receive these updates in the 2016 Edition:
» IRS Notices 2013-54 and 2015-17 – Negative Guidance on Employer Payment Plans for Individual Health Insurance Policies; Small Employer Reprieve Now Over; Exceptions to application of Notice 2013-54
» Does student health insurance satisfy the employer mandate; is it subject to IRS Notice 2013-54?
» New guidance on the operation of the health care insurance Exchanges (Marketplaces)
» The open enrollment dates for the health care insurance Exchanges (Marketplaces) and the exceptions permitting mid-year enrollment
» U.S. Supreme Court decision on Exchange health insurance policy tax credits and subsidies
» U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage
» The definition of a child for healthcare reform
» Increased PCORI fees
2016 Healthcare Reform Facts
By Alson R. Martin, J.D., LL.M.
Published October 2015
ISBN: 978-1-941627-70-9
Price: $156.00

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» Required 2016 Reporting by Applicable Large Employers (ALE) and forms that must be filed under Code Sections 6066 and 6056
» Can inexpensive health plans with no hospitalization coverage allow employers to avoid employer mandate penalties?
» HSAs, HRAs, FSAs, EAPs, and HDHPs
» SHOP Exchange Rules for Small Employers
» Revised Small Business Health Tax Credit Rules
» Employer Mandate Transition Rules
» Employer Mandate Regulations for Contingent Workers
» How Healthcare Reform applies to Self-Insured Group Plans
» And much more!
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