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Health Care Reform: Employers’ Legal Update

What should you be doing NOW to comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? How can you keep costs to a minimum? With the employer mandate looming, what are your options — and should your organization “pay or play”?

These answers are vital to your employees … your CEO … and to you. Yet a new BusinessWeek report said that while employers “have real-money decisions to make about health care next year, (they) apparently don’t grasp the most basic elements of the health reform law.”

Be prepared! Discover the best compliance strategies for this complex law, and learn how to prepare your organization and its employees with Health Care Reform: Employers’ Legal Update.

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Benefits experts Richard Paul and Matthew Schenck explain:

  • The ACA’s implementation timeline — what you need to know (and by when)
  • A roundup of current rules already in effect, including tax credits and reporting requirements
  • Required changes to your Summary of Benefits and Coverage
  • New changes to W-2 reporting of health costs
  • A complete explanation of the employer mandate — and an analysis of your three options (keep coverage, purchase it through an exchange or pay the penalty)
  • How to calculate FTEs to determine your pay-or-play status
  • How the insurance exchanges will work, and whether they’re a smart option
  • The penalties for noncompliance in 2014, 2015, 2016 and beyond
  • A handy Employer Mandate Flowchart to help you make smart compliance decisions
  • Practical compliance strategies for any size HR department
  • And much more!

The ACA is the most important new benefits law in decades. Having a total grasp of the complex requirements will be vital for your current position — and for any HR or management positions you hold in the future.

Your CEO expects you to understand these huge changes — and to plan and manage your ACA compliance strategy.

If you make any decisions on employee health care at your organization, this is a great primer for your new duties. You'll walk away with specific recommendations on how to address these important looming changes.

Sincerely,
Pat DiDomenico
Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director, HR Specialist

P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Health Care Reform: Employers’ Legal Update fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid — no hassles, no questions asked.

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Health Care Reform:
Employers’ Legal Update

from Richard Paul and Matt Schenck:

About Your Speakers:

Richard Paul is the co-founder of the highly regarded Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton law firm, which focuses its practice on employment law and benefit issues. Rich is a popular lecturer on national employment law panels and has served for years as an adjunct professor of employment law at the University of San Diego Law School.  He has been named annually by his peers since 1987 as among “The Best Lawyers in America.”

Matthew Schenck is a partner at Paul Plevin in San Diego, where he specializes in litigation representing employers and health care organizations in federal courts and before administrative agencies. In addition, Matt advises and counsels clients and speaks often on employment law and employee benefit issues.

Who Should Listen:

  • HR professionals
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Executives
  • Office managers
  • Business owners

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