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Sep 2014
September 24, 2014
Health Care Reform's New Reporting Requirements Webinar

| Hosted By: Warner Norcross & Judd LLP

One of the key requirements of the Affordable Care Act is new reporting requirements that will enable the IRS to determine whether individuals and employers owe any penalties for failure to carry or offer health plan coverage.  In this 60-minute program, we will review the new reporting requirements that apply to employers.  The program will cover the following:
  • Who is responsible for reporting of minimum essential coverage
  • Who is responsible for reporting of employer-sponsored coverage
  • When reports will be due
  • Data that your organization needs to collect in order to fulfill reporting requirements
  • Newly-released reporting forms
  • Simplified reporting options
  • Consequences for failure to report
We’ll also cover any additional Health Care Reform guidance issued between now and then.
About the Speakers
Norbert Kugele, a partner in the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice Group, focuses on health and welfare benefits and the administrative issues associated with them, including COBRA, HIPAA and health care reform. Norbert also serves on American Bar Association committees that evaluate and comment on health care reform regulations.

April Goff has broad experience with the design, implementation and administration of employee benefit packages with a special emphasis in health and welfare plans. From initial plan drafting and qualification through plan termination, she also helps clients develop communication and education strategies for employees.

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