HR compliance information for legislative changes due to American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (H.R. 8).
Posts Tagged ‘health benefits’
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has begun to circle the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and 2014 is still a year and a half away. That is the year when the federal legislation is supposed to go into affect and will require employers with more than 50 employees to offer minimal essential health coverage to their workers or be subject to a penalty.
LEHIGH VALLEY, PA (April 5, 2011) Great budget saving news is coming out of Northampton County. Through a federal funding program called the Early Retiree Reinsurance Program (ERRP), hireVision was able to assist the County in obtaining reimbursement dollars of over $273,000 to help offset increases in health benefit costs. Since the County offers a [...]
Just a heads up for our readers about a major change to flexible spending arrangements (commonly referred to as flexible spending accounts or FSAs). New requirements for 2011 will go into affect as of the first of the year that will make it necessary for people to have a doctor’s prescription for many of their [...]
Yes, folks, it is that time of year again. No, we aren’t talking about the World Seriesâ€”although that’s big news too! We are talking about the time of year to provide employees with their Medicare Part D creditable coverage notice. Here’s some great information from hireVision’s own Kelly Coblentz, PHR,Â General Manager, HR and Hiring Services: [...]
Health care reform is here. Is your company ready? Be sure to check out the informative SHRM’s Health Care Reform web page for informative articles and a list of resources, including timelines for when the earliest measures of the legislation go into effect.