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Important notice: Do you have a level-funded health plan for your employees?

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Selecting a health insurance plan for your employees is harder than ever, with the exponentially rising costs and endless number of plans. Not only are there many different carriers to choose from, but there are also three different types of plans available:   Fully-insured health plan: You may even call this the traditional insurance plan, where the employer pays a monthly premium and the insurance company pays all claims.   Self-funded health plan:  This is where the insurance company is paid an administrative fee and the employer acts as the insurer, paying the claims as they are incurred. This plan is typically…

IRS Releases Final Version of the Year End ACA Forms

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This past week, the Internal Revenue Service has published the final versions of Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, and their respective instructions for tax year 2015. ¬†These forms will be used by employers to report offers of health insurance coverage made to their full-time employees after year end. ¬†While not much has changed on the forms themselves from the earlier draft, there has been some clarification in reporting in the final version of the instructions. Applicable large employers (ALE) must file these forms with the IRS annually, no later than February 28 (March 31 if filed electronically) of the year immediately…