Monday, February 9, 2015

Affordable Care Act: Clearing up the Confusion for Employers in 2015!

Adrienne Riaz-Khan

Most businesses are still confused about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) employer shared-responsibility provisions that went into effect for many employers on January 1, 2015.

This webinar will address your pressing questions relating to the ACA employer requirements. During this presentation, you will hear from a nationally-recognized expert on ACA employer issues, Janemarie Mulvey, PhD. Dr. Mulvey, who recently authored Health Reform: What Small Businesses Need to Know Now! , is the former Chief Economist of the Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy and worked as senior economist for Congress during the enactment and implementation of the ACA.
 
Webinar: Affordable Care Act-Clearing Up Confusion for Employers in 2015
Thursday, March 5, 2015
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern Time
 
Learning Objectives:

 • Learn the proper methodology to determine provider size (based on FTEs) and full-time status for potential penalty calculations.
• Understand how small providers obtain certification to receive temporary relief from potential penalties in 2015.
• Review new IRS reporting requirements due in early 2016.
• Understand if your employee health plan is affordable and adequate.
• Learn how to calculate potential penalties when the provider owns multiple facilities (e.g. controlled groups).
• Discuss the implications of the new Republican majority in Congress and upcoming Supreme Court case?

This seminar will address these areas and provide easy-to-understand guidance for employers to follow.  

About the Presenter: Janemarie Mulvey, PhD

Janemarie Mulvey, is an economist and award-winning author with over 25 years of experience in the analysis of health and long-term care financing and tax issues. Recently serving as a senior health economist at the Congressional Research Service when the Affordable Care Act was enacted and later implemented, Dr. Mulvey advised Congress on key issues of the law, as well as nuances and complexities relating to implementation. She also served as Chief Economist for the Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy. She recently authored a small business guide entitled: Health Reform: What Small Businesses Need to Know Now! 

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