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Healthcare Reform

Employee Benefits Compliance Checklist

Meeting the compliance test for the Affordable Care Act requires a collaborative effort by human resources and benefits management, information technology and the finance department or Chief Financial Officer.

FNA Insurance Services recommends that employers develop and maintain a fiduciary file of important documents and calculations that prove ACA reporting defensibility and good faith efforts, should the IRS come knocking.
Review this checklist to ensure you have what you’ll need to show to defend your choices, actions and calculations in 2016 and beyond.*

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New Jersey DOBI 2016 Buyers Guides for SEH and IHC have been released for your review.

This Buyer’s Guide provides explanations of the basic rules governing the purchase of health coverage by small
employers in New Jersey.

The New Jersey Small Employer Health Benefits Program BUYER’S GUIDE

This Buyer’s Guide provides general information on individual health benefits plans and is designed to help you shop for the plan that best meets your needs.

The New Jersey Individual Health Coverage Program Buyer’s Guide - How to Select a Health Plan

CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS ACT 2016 - Impact to Employer Health Plans

On December 18th President Obama signed into law a nearly $2 trillion budget deal on government funding and taxes through an omnibus bill. This bill provides funding to the federal government through September 30, 2016. In addition to funding the federal government, the bill includes a number of provisions that will impact employer sponsored health coverage, including key provisions that delays implementation of the Cadillac Tax for an additional two years and temporarily eliminates the Health Insurer Fee.

The two key components of this bill affecting employers who offer employer sponsored health coverage are as follows: Click below to continue:
Aetna SM for Web

Aetna has shared important information regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Carrier and Employer Reporting Requirements. Find out what’s been done and what’s ahead for 2015 tax year information and 1095-B reporting. Please click below for helpful information for you and your client's employees.
An Abundance of ACA Relief for Filing Forms 1094/95 – B & C - The IRS recently released IRS Notice 2016-4, which extends the due date for the ACA reporting for the 2015 tax year (reported in 2016) only. Beginning with the 2016 tax year, reported in 2017, the deadlines will revert back to their original timelines. The delay is for...-click below to continue.