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Yesterday’s Supreme Court Decision on The ACA

By Michael WeiskirchPrincipal, EmployeeTech In his dissenting opinion, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito described yesterday’s decision as an “epic trilogy”. The very first case in 2012 was a 5-4 decision and yesterday’s ruling ended in 7-2 in favor of The Affordable Care Act. The ruling for the case known as California vs. Texas held that […]

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Webinar: ACA 2020 – Where we go from here

When: Wednesday October 14th at 1 PM CST (12 EST, 11 MST and 10 PST)Duration: 45 minutes plus questionsWho Should Attend: Benefits managers, consultants and anyone interested in the ACA Register Here Webinar DescriptionOnce again, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has become a front and center issue for many employers and their employees. New state-based mandates go into effect […]

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2020 Draft 1095 Delivers Changes

The 2020 draft forms for ACA – 1094 and 1095 were introduced last week by the IRS. For the first time in several years we have seen some significant changes to this required employee 1095 form. There were not changes to the 1094 employer form. The draft forms can be found here. The first notable […]

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HR Technology Stress Test – Did you pass?

There’s no better time to know if you did Michael Weiskirch, Principal EmployeeTech The pandemic, the great worldwide experiment in remote engagement, has forced us to rethink our work in profound ways. In person meetings use to be the norm for many companies often creating challenges to line up schedules. Suddenly we found greater flexibility […]

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IRS Releases ACA Draft Forms for 2019

Normally the IRS releases their draft forms in the July August time frame and follows through with the approved version sometime in early fall. For the first time the IRS has delayed the release of the draft forms for about three months leading to speculation on possible significant changes to the form structure or delivery […]

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Do you still Have to File?

How the Executive Order concerning the Individual Mandate as well as state laws affect you and your employees starting this year On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill of 2017 into law. The resulting piece of legislation, which will take effect this year (tax year 2019), will abolish […]

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