The discussion begins with insights on insurance barriers that are affecting the telehealth industry. According to Lacktman, there is a much more
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act or ACA) places various new reporting and disclosure requirements on employers, group health plans, and plan administrators.
In this article, we continue summarizing recent government guidanceannouncements with respect to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (Affordable Care Act).
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) added Section 6051(a)(14) to the Internal Revenue Code (the Code), imposing a new W-2 reporting requirement on employers.
The Internal Revenue Service recently released Notice 2011-28, providing guidance to employers on the Form W-2 reporting to employees of the cost of employer-provided group health coverage.
This is the nineteenth issue in our series of alerts for employers on selected topics in health care reform.
On March 29, 2011, the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") released Notice 2011-28, which provides guidance to employers on the requirement under the Affordable Care Act (the "Act") to report the cost of employer-sponsored health coverage on employees' annual Forms W-2.
Effective January 1, 2011, several payroll tax related provisions under the Internal Revenue Code (Code) have changed.
Corporations issuing incentive stock options ("ISOs") and shares under employee stock purchase plans ("ESPPs") have historically been required to provide certain information to optionees each year.
This week, Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle announced an emergency rule (the “Rule”) interpreting and implementing Section 632.895 (12m) of the Wisconsin Statutes which mandates that insurers and self-insured health plans provide coverage for the treatment of autism spectrum disorders.