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Fixing the Family Glitch, What the Final Rule on Family Affordability Means for Employers

02 October, 2023

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What is the ACA's 'family glitch?' The Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010. It is more commonly known as the “ACA” or its nickname, Obamacare. Among the many provisions of the ACA were the requirements for employers with 50 or more full-time workers o...

Washington DC Parking Cashout Law: New Requirements

13 January, 2023

Highways in DC

Washington DC has an established transit benefit requirement which encourages workers to take public transportation, rideshare or use greener means of transportation. Organizations with 20 or more employees working in the District of Columbia are required to offer employees one (or more) of the foll...

ACA Form Deadlines for 2023

12 December, 2022

Distribution date of 1095B/C to employees is automatically extended In early 2021, all signs pointed to no deadline extensions from the IRS for ACA 1094/1095 Reporting. However, in 2022 the IRS made a reversal in their original position, and issued a proposed rule for a permanent, automatic extensio...

ACA Form Deadlines for 2022

16 December, 2021

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The holiday gifts arrive early for employers required to file and furnish 1094/1095 ACA Reporting forms. In early 2021, all signs pointed to no deadline extensions from the IRS for ACA 1094/1095 Reporting in 2022. The IRS just recently made a reversal in their original position, and issued a propose...