Believe it or not, I love listening to economists talk about the Affordable Care Act.
A Treasury Department official recently announced that the President’s administration will delay until 2015 the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirement that employers and insurers report information on each employee that receives health coverage and the terms and conditions of that coverage.
Federal Agencies recently issued final regulations governing the way employers may administer rewards for health-contingent wellness programs.
An Affordable Care Act provision requires employers to issue notices to employees of coverage options available through an exchange, which has now been renamed the “Marketplace” by the federal government.
The Affordable Care Act’s Employer Responsibility provisions will require employers that average 50 or more workers (including full-time equivalents) during the preceding calendar year to either offer coverage to 95 percent of its full-time workers (30 hours per week) or pay a penalty equaling $2,000 per full-time worker less 30.