SCOTUS Upholds ACA & IRS Ends Reimbursements

Notwithstanding the big news in today’s papers that the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decided in the King v. Burwell decision to uphold the funding mechanisms for the Affordable Care Act, Internal Revenue Service rules next week officially end the transitional exemption from the excise penalty for a small employer (generally less than 50 employees or…

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IRS Delays Health Care Penalties

The ever moving target of understanding the implications (good or bad) of the Affordable Care Act mandates has apparently moved again, as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) last week announced yet another delay in its implementation.  Under the regulations, employers that offered health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) for employees buying individual health insurance policies could have…

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