Obama: "if you like your health care plan, you can keep it." Obamacare Concerns "Cadillac Tax" Forcing Employers To Cut Back Health Plans
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What does the future hold for employer-sponsored health-care plans? James M. Zajac, CBP, CCP, GRP, Director - Comp and Benefits, STMicroelectronics discusses the possible impact of the Cadillac Tax.
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“Affordable” Care Act? The cost of health insurance is going up faster than a cryptocurrency and a new 40% tax is about to be levied on “Cadillac Policies” — i.e. the health insurance you like and want to keep. Stacy Washington joins David Knight to break it down. Follow David Knight On Twitter: https://twitter.com/libertytarian Follow Real News On Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealNewsX2 Like Real News On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealNewsX2/ Watch At: https://www.infowars.com/show
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"It was designed to trick consumers and policyholders into blaming their insurance companies for tax-induced premium increases. That's what Gruber here is describing as brave."
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Hillary Rodham Clinton is calling for the repeal of part of President Barack Obama's health care law, the so-called "Cadillac tax" on health insurance that's unpopular with large corporations and unions alike. Subscribe For More Latest News: https://goo.gl/cmbcMe Source: http://yhoo.it/1RghjpM
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On the Ed Show Anthony Weiner and TheNation's Katrina Vanden Heuvel discuss the opposition by unions to tax Cadillac health care plans . The Senate is for it and the House is against it . I'm against taxing health care plans also . However, I think taxing Cadillac health care plans that make above 300,000 a year is fair . If they put a strong public option in, I think we all should have to pay for it . We all are paying for it anyways . I don't know progressives ? What's your view on this issue ?
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Big Labor got some big love from President Obama and congressional Democrats yesterday after they agreed to exempt union workers from the whopping Cadillac tax on high-cost health-care plans until 2018. The sweetheart deal, hammered out behind closed doors, will save union employees at least $60 billion over the years involved, while others won't be as lucky -- they'll have to cough up almost $90 billion. The 40 percent excise tax on what have come to be called "Cadillac" health-care plans would exempt collective-bargaining contracts covering government employees and other union members until Jan. 1, 2018. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/unions_get_pecial_treatment_in_health_AB053CwqPIJlIxXAm37DOM#ixzz0cowvcHYn
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(Washington, DC) – Today, U.S. Senators Dean Heller (R-NV) and Martin Heinrich (D-NM) introduced bipartisan legislation to fully repeal a provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) known as the “Cadillac Tax,” which taxes high-cost health insurance plans. The two Senators introduced a Senate companion to U.S. Congressman Joe Courtney’s (D-CT02) House legislation. Beginning in 2018, the “Cadillac Tax” would tax employers whose health insurance plans cost more than $10,200 a year for individuals and $27,450 a year for families at 40 percent of the cost above those limits.
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Steve Leser on Fox News' Cashin In 10-24-09 Regarding Cadillac Health Care Tax Exemptions for Federal Workers. A proposal exists to tax health care plans that are worth above a certain threshold. Exemptions are proposed for unions and now federal workers. Steve Leser defends the idea of the exemption for Federal workers against the Cashin' In crew.
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Covered in this video: - New Administration: -- Association Health Plan EO: Possible changes to ERISA to allow sole-props, small employers, etc. to band together to form a LARGE employer group. This will be met with legal challenges. States will still have final say in adopting any new changes. -- Within the Funding Bill??: Delay of Medical Device Tax (2.3%) which was not enforced in 2016 or 2017 but is back in effect 2018; Two Year Delay of the Cadillac Tax; Elimination/Delay of 2 years of the Health Insurance Tax (approximately a 2.7% increase in premiums is affiliated with this Tax); AND…..Six year CHIP funding! - January 24th at URL: The Advantages to Reference Based Pricing w/Starmark (11:30 start for this Lunch & Learn Seminar) - National General STM: Enrollees must verify subsequent policies at www.vipmemberbenefits.com - Orion Program: Life Markets, Medicare Offerings, Annuity Solutions! - THANK YOU for your partnership and your business! - Open Forum
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says to John King of the proposed health care reform bill: "The vast majority of our members think [it] is a bad idea." He adds, "The only thing bipartisan about the measures is the opposition." And that Democrats "can't sell [the bill] to their own members." King then plays a tape of McConnell saying as Obama was waiting in the wings to enter office: "We fully expect to be a full partner in developing major health care reform." Oh, that gotcha journalism! Also, repeating some of the same talking points in the same interview probably doesn't help your case, either.
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Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/debfreedomvoice/my-follow-up-on-health-care-bill Anything better than Obama Care, Cadillac plan on Volkswagen budget, working? Tort reform , incentives, healthy living, over utilization, etc..
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Ken Boyd is the Co-Founder and Chief Educator for accountinged.com, and owns St. Louis Test Preparation (accountingaccidentally.com). He provides tutoring, podcasts, blogs, articles and speaking services on accounting and finance. Ken is the author of Cost Accounting for Dummies, Accounting All-In-One for Dummies, The CPA Exam for Dummies and 1,001 Accounting Questions for Dummies. As a former CPA, Auditor, Tax Preparer and College Professor, Boyd brings a wealth of business experience to education.
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Labor Unions' Latest Problem: Obamacare's 'Cadillac Tax' Harms Their Gold-Plated Health Insurance Plans As health coverage expands to tens of millions of Americans--through Medicaid expansion in states and the new state health insurance exchanges that will soon begin selling individual health coverage--some Americans with employer-sponsored health coverage are seeing their benefits decrease. One of the most significant, and controversial, provisions of the Affordable Care Act is the new excise tax on high-cost health plans proposed to both slow the rate of growth of health costs and finance the expansion of health coverage. The provision is often called the "Cadillac" tax because it targets so-called Cadillac health plans that provide workers the most generous level of health benefits. These high-end health plans' premiums are paid for mostly by employers. They also have low, if any, deductibles and little cost sharing for employees. Proponents of the new excise tax argue that these benefit-rich plans insulate workers from the high cost of care and encourage the overuse of care--such as unnecessary tests and hospital visits--that raise US health costs overall. However, the plans may be more costly and therefore subject to the new excise tax for reasons other than their generous benefits, including plan participants' health status or advanced age. A 40 percent excise tax will be assessed, beginning in 2018, on the cost of coverage for health plans that exceed a certain annual limit ($10,200 for individual coverage and $27,500 for self and spouse or family coverage). Health insurance issuers and sponsors of self-funded group health plans must pay the tax of 40 percent of any dollar amount beyond the caps that is considered "excess" health spending. Although the excise tax does not take effect for another four years, many employers are already scaling back their health benefit offerings or increasing workers' deductibles and copays to avoid paying the tax. Proponents argue that employers need a renewed focus on cost control, and that when consumers must pay a share of the costs, they will be less likely to overuse care. For consumers, especially those in poor health or with chronic illnesses who rely on Cadillac plans to cover high annual medical expenses, the tax means that they'll have to pay much more for their health care. Critics of the tax say it unfairly "hollows out" and "slashes" health benefits. It's not yet clear how widely the excise tax will be felt by both employers and consumers. This brief explains the tax, its current and projected effects, and what's next in the debate as the tax moves toward full implementation in 2018.
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http://www.RonPaul.com 05/31/2010 Introducing the Private Option Health Care Act by Ron Paul Most everyone agrees that health care in the United stated has major problems, the biggest problems relating to skyrocketing costs. No one doubts the system is in need of reform. However, too many in Washington see tighter government controls as the solution. In fact, the problems are rooted in past government controls that created more problems than they solved. Ironically, laws and policies in the 1970s promoting health maintenance organizations, resulted from desperate attempts to control spiraling costs. However, instead of promoting an efficient health care system, HMOs took far too much control away from patients and physicians and gave it to the insurers. This excessive reliance on third-party payers instead removed incentives for insured patients to economize on health care costs, and allowed the problem to snowball. Furthermore, the third-party payer system created a two-tier health care system where people whose employers could afford to offer Cadillac plans have access to top quality health care, while others face financial obstacles in obtaining quality health care. For these and other reasons I introduced the Private Option Health Care Act last week. This bill places individuals back in control of health care by replacing the recently passed "tax, spend, and regulate" health care law with reforms designed to restore a free-market health care system. First, the bill would provide all Americans with a tax credit for 100% of health care expenses. This tax is fully refundable against both income and payroll taxes. It would also allow individuals to roll over unused amounts in cafeteria plans and flexible savings accounts. Next, it would provide a tax credit for premiums for high deductible insurance policies connected with a health savings account and allow seniors to use funds in HSAs to pay for "Medigap" policies. In addition, it would repeal the 7.5% threshold for the deduction of medical expenses and thus make all medical expenses tax-deductible. The Private Option Health Care Act allows Congress to correct the mistake it made last month by replacing the new health care law with health care measures that give control to individuals instead of the federal government and corporations. Our health is too vital to allow for the typical government interference and fixes. ---- Ron Paul is America's leading voice for limited, constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies. For more information visit the following sites: http://www.RonPaul.com http://www.CampaignForLiberty.com http://www.house.gov/paul http://www.YALiberty.org http://www.DailyPaul.com http://www.RonPaulForums.com
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Co-author of “DaVinci’s Baby Boomer Survival Guide” and author of the No. 1 New York Times best-seller “ObamaCare Survival Guide,” will discuss how the ‘Cadillac tax’ could wreck popular medical accounts.
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Please join us for our next in the series of ACA Best Practices webcasts in which we provide actionable insights how best to comply with ongoing ACA requirements. This event focuses on reporting on the 1094/1095-C (Annual Health Care Reporting), the types and sources of data required to comply as well as the Excise Tax. What is it, what’s the financial impact to your organization and what impact will this have on plan designs?
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Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/debfreedomvoice/my-follow-up-on-health-care-bill Anything better than Obama Care, Cadillac plan on Volkswagen budget, working? Tort reform , incentives, healthy living, over utilization, etc..
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Covered in this video: - New Administration: -- Delay of Medical Device Tax (2.3%) which was not enforced in 2016 or 2017 but is back in effect 2018 -- Two Year Delay of the Cadillac Tax -- Elimination/Delay of 2 years of the Health Insurance Tax (approximately a 2.7% increase in premiums is affiliated with this Tax) -- AND… Six year CHIP funding w/88% Federal Funding for the first 2 years. After 2 years, the Federal funding portion reverts back to pre-ACA levels (Avg 71%) -- Senator Ted Cruz pushing for ACA Repeal in 2018. Will it happen? - Aetna: New Master Service Agreements. Groups will receive new forms with required signatures. The detailed information is in this week’s HCR. - Aetna: $50 per employee bonus extended for new AFA groups w/ 5-50 Lives from 2-1 through 1-1-19 effective dates! - HBS New 2018 Small Group Business Application. (info on St Vincent and UPMC Hamot in newsletter) - Orion Program – Guest Speaker Next Week - HHS Nominee for HHS Secretary: Alex Azar II, former Pharmaceutical Rep. Meeting resistance because he is not considered to be a huge fan of the EHBs. Appointment has been approved! More change coming? - Open Forum
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Unions and the House, senate Democrats have come to a deal on the taxing of Cadillac health care plans . This is a major break through . David Shuster speaks with Democratic representative Robert Andrews about the recent break through .
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http://www.mymoneymyhealth.org/action ECFC, the leading nonprofit organization promoting choice in benefit solutions, has launched the My Money, My Health campaign to give voice to millions of healthcare consumers who will be negatively impacted by a looming tax on their health benefits accounts. The campaign, championed by major companies across the nation, asks Congress to act before the end of the year to protect middle class workers who could see their Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) benefits cut back or eliminated. The MyMoneyMyHealth.org website provides a platform for American workers to share their stories about why their FSA and HSA accounts are critical in helping them combat the rising costs of healthcare. In a few easy steps on the site, people can also write to their legislators and send tweets to elected officials.
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Click here for more Information https://www.audioeducator.com/hospitals-and-health-systems/aca-and-healthcare-reforms-01-18-2017.html Understanding Health Care Reform and “TrumpCare” with the new Administration Presented By: Rob J. Thurston This live webinar with expert speaker Rob J. Thurston will go over the history of ACA, TrumpCare, the Cadillac Tax, 1094 and other forms filing, which cost containment strategies might work, which systems are effective, and how to achieve a return on investment. More Videos: - http://www.youtube.com/user/audioeducator2 You can also connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and get the most updated news and views, expert advice and tips to help resolve your coding, billing & compliance dilemmas quickly and accurately. Connect with us on Twitter: - https://twitter.com/audioeducator Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/pages/AudioEducator/244912592201260 LinkedIn: - http://www.linkedin.com/company/audio-educator Google+: - https://plus.google.com/102668946943256059069/posts
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Our healthcare system is a Frankenstein monster- mishmash of regulations passed over decades that have inserted government in between us and our doctors. Instead of insurance making healthcare decisions, we must have a system that is patient-centered. This means allowing individuals to choose the insurance coverage options that best suit their needs, and broadening the selection of plans to include insurance plans from across state lines. Healthcare in a community as diverse as ours should not be delivered in a “one size fits all” fashion. But that is where we are headed without reform. Families are facing fewer choices and higher costs each year as providers and insurers continue to flee the individual marketplaces. Meanwhile, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has done nothing to ease the burden of the out of control premiums that resulted from legislation she supported. Not all aspects of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) are bad. We must keep the coverage of pre-existing conditions, the option for young adults to remain on their parents’ insurance through age 26, and premium support for low-income individuals and families. We need to reduce the burden of the law’s excessive taxes and mandates, especially the “Cadillac” tax that punishes hardworking folks who have negotiated for high-end healthcare benefits from their employers. We must instead encourage transparency and competition so that consumers will see many more affordable options to choose from that suit their individual needs. As a former member of the South Broward Hospital District, I understand how uncompensated and underinsured medical treatment affects our community, and how critical it is for those who are in need. The previous Administration cut funding of this program from over $2 billion in 2014 to only $608 million this year. I’m committed to getting these life-saving healthcare dollars flowing back to South Florida.
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U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich spoke on the Senate Floor to underscore the urgency of fully repealing a provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) known as the "Cadillac Tax," which would tax high-cost health insurance plans and impact middle-class health benefits for New Mexicans. December 9, 2015.
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Learn more at PwC.com - http://pwc.to/28NfqWF PwC's Barbara Gniewek and Greg Mansur discuss the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the excise tax (Cadillac tax) from the 2016 Health and Well-being Touchstone Survey results
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Rep. Guinta discusses H.R. 879 - Ax the Tax on Middle Class Americans’ Health Plans Act - to repeal a harmful provision of the President’s healthcare law, known as a ‘Cadillac tax,’ which will inflict a 40% tax on middle class Americans’ health plans.
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Peter Marathas, the Compliance Director for the Benefit Advisors Network, reviews the importance of working with a BAN Smart Partner today to implement programs that will reduce costs, get premium spend down, and avoid some of the excise tax from the ACA provision commonly referred to as the Cadillac tax. Peter also discusses the critical role human capital and infrastructure play in tracking hours, staying in compliance, being prepared for audits, and other issues brought to the forefront by health care reform.
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Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber explains the deception behind the Cadillac Tax. DATE: March 16, 2011 SOURCE: http://pioneerinstitute.org/hewitt-lecture/2011-hewitt-health-care-lecture/
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Hosting a press conference with labor leaders and organized workers, Sen. Bernie Sanders called for the elimination of a provision in the Senate health reform proposal which would tax some health insurance plans. Imposing an excise tax on health insurance plans would be a disaster for millions of middle class Americans, Sanders said. Sanders introduced an amendment to strike the provision from the Senate-introduced Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The so-called Cadillac health insurance plans in fact can have premiums around $8,500 for an individual plan and $23,000 for a family plan.
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Healthcare Reform: Analysis and Action Plan for Employers (April 13, 2010)--Part 2 Insurance Market Reforms, Vouchers, Responsibilities, Cadillac Plan Tax, and Industry-Related Issues--Brett Sesker, FLMI, HIA, ALHC, GBA, SilverStone Group This video is provided by Fraser Stryker for general informational purposes and is not intended to be and should not be construed as legal advice on any specific facts or circumstances. Circular 230 Disclosure: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the IRS, we inform you that any U.S. tax advice contained in this communication (including any attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code, or (ii) promoting, marketing or commending to another party any matters addressed herein.
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Introducing the Private Option Health Care Act by Ron Paul Most everyone agrees that health care in the United stated has major problems, the biggest problems relating to skyrocketing costs. No one doubts the system is in need of reform. However, too many in Washington see tighter government controls as the solution. In fact, the problems are rooted in past government controls that created more problems than they solved. Ironically, laws and policies in the 1970s promoting health maintenance organizations, resulted from desperate attempts to control spiraling costs. However, instead of promoting an efficient health care system, HMOs took far too much control away from patients and physicians and gave it to the insurers. This excessive reliance on third-party payers instead removed incentives for insured patients to economize on health care costs, and allowed the problem to snowball. Furthermore, the third-party payer system created a two-tier health care system where people whose employers could afford to offer Cadillac plans have access to top quality health care, while others face financial obstacles in obtaining quality health care. For these and other reasons I introduced the Private Option Health Care Act last week. This bill places individuals back in control of health care by replacing the recently passed "tax, spend, and regulate" health care law with reforms designed to restore a free-market health care system. First, the bill would provide all Americans with a tax credit for 100% of health care expenses. This tax is fully refundable against both income and payroll taxes. It would also allow individuals to roll over unused amounts in cafeteria plans and flexible savings accounts. Next, it would provide a tax credit for premiums for high deductible insurance policies connected with a health savings account and allow seniors to use funds in HSAs to pay for "Medigap" policies. In addition, it would repeal the 7.5% threshold for the deduction of medical expenses and thus make all medical expenses tax-deductible. The Private Option Health Care Act allows Congress to correct the mistake it made last month by replacing the new health care law with health care measures that give control to individuals instead of the federal government and corporations. Our health is too vital to allow for the typical government interference and fixes. More News: http://siftednews.com FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
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Today, United States Senator Dean Heller expressed his desire to fully repeal Obamacare’s “Cadillac Tax” during the Senate Committee on Finance’s confirmation hearing of Secretary of Health and Human Services nominee Tom Price.
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WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton Wants Obamacare to Collapse, Email Leaked An email leaked by WikiLeaks Tuesday appears to suggest that Hillary Clinton wants the Affordable Care Act to fail — presumably as a pretense for implementing single-payer, government-controlled health care. In a chain between Clinton and her senior policy adviser Ann O’Leary titled “Memo on Cadillac Tax for HRC,” Clinton said she’s open to changing her position on the Cadillac Tax — but that the Republican plan to repeal it must pass. "Given the politics now w bipartisan support including Schumer, I'll support repeal w 'sense of the Senate' that revenues would have to be found," Clinton wrote. "I'd be open to a range of options to do that. But we have to be careful that the R version passes which begins the unraveling of the ACA," she continued. Trump Gutsiest Line "I will keep you in suspense" to the Corrupt Global Elite https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgOGkONwYbQ CREDIT ALEX JONES CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/user/TheAlexJonesChannel FULL EMAIL Scandal HEARINGS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZOVj1e-mVc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9UvZTNK9og more videos on Hillary emails, NWO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRCOSCecQMs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D13ug2sjKVQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjujgSf4j30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smcKSHjECxY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeXaNyGihVQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWWCuNy_e38 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zF4yFCnAv-M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENsLXXyklEE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgBCOziK3g0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6oNMlmmMuU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qKMRj8yoXM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxqRu1mk1Io https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KkCquIV36g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtXRQRiAovs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1kMNbeAz_s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFE9Dx17jFQ Peace groups against obama in syria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgqFxjHEMJI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teyo0VUHu5U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0sHM-CjbqM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1nsIyVD320 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgOGkONwYbQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfSwlQ29yu0 U.S. Army's chief of staff Threatens China and Russia WWIII https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPC3ScKQy5M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qt4t6rfMbc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qKMRj8yoXM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6oNMlmmMuU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3aeXg5SFQI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6oNMlmmMuU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KkCquIV36g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00YUChwopf0 Complete Virtual Haiti Media Blackout 'A New Low' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3X02irC9tY
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We work in an exciting industry—which means quick changes are the norm, and adaptability is a necessity. Keep your compliance plan up-to-date with a download of recent legislative changes. We'll cover legislation that's passed, what's on the way, and what it means for your organization. Topics Covered Include: • IRS Information Letters • Tax Reform Legislation • Wellness Regulations - EEOC, AARP • Comprehensive Guidance on QSEHRAs • ACA: Elimination of Individual Mandate Penalty • Employer Tax Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave • DOL Annual Adjustments to Employee Benefit Plan Penalties • “Good Faith” Penalty Relief • Final Disability Claim Regulations • Cadillac Tax Updates • And More! Presented by Larry Grudzien, Attorney at Law
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Mercer | https://goo.gl/rPDhV8 | Mercer Intellectual Capital Solutions Tax Reform Geoff Manville How Will the New Tax Laws Affect Employers? The 2018 health policy agenda is off to a fast start with the enactment of the new tax law and the government spending deal enacted last month that delayed the ACA’s Cadillac tax for two years. That was certainly a big win for plan sponsors. But it’s not clear if some other items on employers’ wish lists, like relief from the ACA’s employer mandate penalties and more flexibility for Health Savings Accounts HSA will be able to get across the finish line this year. Late December’s tax cuts and jobs act of course repeals the ACA’s individual mandate penalties starting in 2019 and makes a lot of changes to fringe benefit programs that employers really need to focus on right now. January’s delay of the Cadillac tax from 2020-22 is fantastic news, although the lobbying effort to repeal it entirely as well as to stop any other proposals to cut tax incentives for employer coverage will definitely go on. And then last week’s big budget deal includes a broad range of health changes, mainly directed at Medicare and Medicaid. But that deal really just sounds the starting gun for congressional appropriations committees to divvy up those higher level maximum spending levels for 2018. That big, more detailed spending bill is due in just 5 weeks and that could be the legislative vehicle for some employer focused policy changes. With repeal of the ACA’s individual mandate and a recent flurry of IRS enforcement letters to employers assessing sometimes huge penalties for alleged violations of the employer payer pay rules, employer groups are now mounting a push for legislation that would relieve employers of any penalties and repeal the employer mandate entirely. These groups say the employer mandate isn’t needed anymore with the individual mandate going away. It was always intended as a back stop to the individual mandate. Repeal of the employer mandate would be expensive in terms of losing expected revenue although Republicans appear less sensitive to deficit concerns than they used to be. Still, full repeal may have a tough time getting through the senate, prospects are a bit better for house legislation that would give retroactive relief from employer mandate assessments. Related to the employer mandate, it’s also possible that congress will take a look at easing employers’ reporting duties. Also in the mix, some potential HSA enhancements, including an increase in the contribution limit and more flexibility to offer first dollar coverage of services and medications for chronic disease prevention. So March could be a make or break month for that employer wish list. After that, the legislative window really starts to narrow as we get closer to November’s mid-term elections. Our deep expertise, powerful insights, and real-world solutions help the people and organizations we serve take steps today to secure a better tomorrow. - - - - - - - Mercer Website: https://goo.gl/rPDhV8 Twitter: @mercer https://twitter.com/mercer Facebook: @MercerInsights https://www.facebook.com/MercerInsights/ YouTube: mercervideo https://youtube.com/mercervideo
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Health Care Reform Video 07 - Questions (Part 1): Question 1: If an employee works 5 hours per week are they subject to penalty? Question 2: What is the proposal for eligibility requirements for healthcare? In other words. . . Is insurance required for part time workers? Question 3: What about seasonal workers? Question 4: Is there a penalty for not offering health insurance? Question 5: Does this pertain to the state exchange in 2014? Question 6: What about the Cadillac tax? Is the Cadillac Tax indexed for inflation? Who is charged the Cadillac tax?
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(Washington, DC) –Recently, U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) spoke at a United States Committee on Finance markup in support of his bipartisan legislation to repeal the Cadillac tax, a devastating 40 percent excise tax on employer-sponsored health care. The tax will negatively impact 1.3 million in Nevada alone, including public employees, service industry workers, and small business owners and retirees.
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Healthinsurance.org's Curbside Consult - hosted by Harold Pollack - is a periodic informal dialogue with medical and health policy experts about pressing issues of the day. Sabrina Corlette is Research Professor and Project Director at Georgetown University's Health Policy Institute. She directs research on health reform, particularly the regulation of private health insurance plans and the implementation of new insurance market rules under the Affordable Care Act. As someone who has focused more closely on Medicaid than on the private side, I've learned a lot from Corlette's work. We recently caught up over Skype, and -- in a two-part interview -- discussed how the new health insurance marketplaces are actually working: How many consumers have paid their premiums, the differences between the different kinds of available insurance plans, the likely impact of the "Cadillac tax" on high-expenditure insurance plans, and more.
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Covered in this video: - Trump Administration: - Association Health Plans. Still no direction from PA Insurance Department. PAHU Legislative Committee is working with Commissioner Altman to obtain more details. - Risk Adjustment Payments: Suspended. CMS announced that the payments would be suspended. Rates for 2019 that have been filed could now be subject to change. More direction will follow from the PID. Possible reversal? - Representatives Nunes and Kelly introduced a bill to the Ways and Means Committee that would temporarily repeal the Employer Mandate and suspend penalties for the Employer for 2015 through 2019. Additionally, the mark-up included the delay (yes, another one) to the Cadillac Tax until 2022! Other Committee members, Roskam and Burgess introduce a bill that would allow tax credits to be used for non-marketplace plans and allow for persons older than 30 to purchase catastrophic coverage. Other mark-ups included expansion of use of HSA funds. PA offers marketplace coverage that covers abortion… subsidies and off marketplace plans could be a challenge. - Aetna/CVS: Rumor says DOJ won’t challenge the $69 Billion acquisition. Keep watching. - Medicaid Work Rules could become more clear in the near future. - PCORI Fees: Due July 31st 2018. Employers with General Purpose FSAs & HRAs integrated with Self-Insured plans must be mindful of the due date! - Geisinger’s Network: Tower Health (Reading Hospital System) is no longer in network as of 10-15-18. They are hoping to negotiate and come to an agreement. We’ll keep watching for updates. - UPMC Group Billing Changes: Employers will be billed on the 10th of the month (next business day if 10th falls on a weekend) The previous billing cycle was the second Sunday of each month. - Upcoming Events: - September 5th Medicare Connections Conference at Hershey Lodge – SAVE THE DATE! - September 13th CPAHU Medicare Summit @ Holiday Inn East - August 1, 2, 14: UPMC Territory Expansion Meetings. - FFM Certification for 2018 selling season ending July 18th. - Open Discussion & THANK YOU for joining our forum!
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