Respecting a issue of great importance to the franchise community, Bloomberg Law this morning is reporting that repealing a cap on debit card
Over two years ago, on December 1, 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) published a food labeling rule requiring “chain” restaurants
It may not come as a surprise that Congressman Tom Price, MD (R-GA), a vocal critic of the Affordable Care Act who introduced legislation to replace
By off chance, a client sent me a letter from the Department of Labor conducting an audit of their self-funded health plan. While I have responded to
As we ring in 2013, employers should be focused on measuring their obligations under the shared responsibilities provisions of PPACA. On December 28, we
As we close in on the end of 2012, I thought it was worth mentioning some new taxes (and some other tax changes) that go into effect in 2013 as a result
Among the many changes made by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 is the imposition of a statutory limit on the amount of salary reduction contributions that may be made by employees to a health flexible spending or medical expense reimbursement account.
Earlier this month, HHS issued new proposed regulations on wellness programs.
We now have a serious split of authority with respect to the women's preventive care services mandate set forth in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
According to a recent study published in the Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, a primary care physician who graduates with education debt of $160,000 should be able to raise a family, live in an expensive urban area, and repay their debt in 10 years without incurring additional debt, as long as their household income and spending are consistent with median statistics.