All employers with 50 or more FTEs are required to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements, which require both reporting to individual employees and to the Internal Revenue Service. This article includes information about the reporting requirements, the reporting deadlines, and penalties for failure to file.
This provides a general and brief overview of HIPAA as it applies to charitable nonprofit organizations that provide care or services to underserved individuals.
Beginning January 1, 2015, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires most employers with 100 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalents to provide health coverage or pay a penalty tax for failure to do so. Beginning in 2016, most employers with 50 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalents are subject to the same penalty tax. This summary provides guidance on which entities are subject to the penalty tax, how the tax is calculated, and strategies to consider with respect to complying with the law.
Beginning January 1, 2015, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires most employers with 100 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalents to provide health coverage or pay a penalty tax for failure to do so. Employers with 50 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalents have another year to comply with the law provided that they satisfy certain requirements. This article provides a summary of those requirements and the consequences for failing to follow them.
When the one year delay in employer reporting and “pay or play” penalties was announced, many employers thought they could stop compliance considerations for a year at least. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is not going away and most provisions are effective January 1, 2014. ACA applies to employers, including nonprofits, and to essentially all individuals.
This webinar will help you understand:
• Are you a large employer (50 or more) that must “pay or play;”
• What is the “individual mandate” and how does it affect your employees;
• What can the insurance “Exchange” offer your organization; and
• What other ACA provisions may apply to your organization.
Presenter: Kathy Solley, Nelson Mullins
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Nonprofits often request medical information from clients and volunteers. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) establishes rules about the collection and protection of health information. Do nonprofits need to comply with HIPAA and, if so, what does HIPAA require?
During this one hour webcast, our speaker addresses:
- Who is subject to HIPAA?
- If your organization is subject to HIPAA, what does it need to do to comply?
- What are the recent and anticipated changes to HIPAA, and how do they affect your organization?