Pay Or Play: Whether To Expand Coverage Or Pay Penalties Under Obamacare
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Beginning in 2014, employers with more than 50 full-time employees (including part-time equivalents) will have to offer affordable health insurance coverage to its full-time employees or pay significant penalties.
Full-time employees include those who work an average of 30 hours or more per week, and rules issued in January of 2013 make this determination a complex administrative task. Many employers are just beginning to understand the potential cost of expanding coverage, and need assistance in weighing all options to comply with the law.
This live audio conference is intended to provide an accessible overview of the new requirements, explain the new penalty scheme, and get to the bottom of who is a full time employee that must be offered coverage under the new rules. Other topics will include strategies and considerations for employers and potential benefits for individuals under the exchanges.
AgendaPay or Play in a Nutshell: What's the Bottom Line for Your Organization?
Measuring Full-Time Employees
- Determining Applicable Large Employer Status
- A New Definition of Full Time Employee
- Penalties for Failing to Provide Coverage to All Full-Time Employees
- Penalties That May Apply If Coverage Is Not Affordable
- Options Available for Small Employers
Benefits on the Exchanges
- The 30-Hour Standard and Safe Harbor Measurements
- Imputing Hours of Service During Leaves of Absence
- Leased Employees and PEOs
- Variable Hour and Seasonal Employees
- Measurement Periods, Administrative Periods, and Stability Periods for Ongoing, Variable Hour and Seasonal Employees
- Adjunct Faculty, Airline Pilots, Coaches and Other Special Cases
Strategies for Employers
- Available Benefits
- Measuring Household Income
- SHOP Exchange and New Underwriting Rules
- Effect on Ineligible Employees
Plan Design Considerations
- Pass-Through Pricing
- Managing Hours
- Using Subsidiaries
- Plan Termination
About Your Speaker
- Minimum Essential Coverage and Minimum Value
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Optimizing Public and Private Benefits
Who Should Attend
- Founded The Kinney Firm in 2010; former partner with Dorsey & Whitney LLP; 20 years experience
- Practice is focused on innovation and entrepreneurship in the health care industry, with an emphasis on wellness and consumer-driven health care
- Expertise in ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, GINA, the PPACA, and Internal Revenue Code provisions related to health care
- Experience negotiating complex business arrangements and contracts for the delivery of health care services
- Listed in The Best Lawyers in America
- Frequent speaker on health care, benefit and compensation topics
- Member of the Minnesota State Bar Association's Employee Benefits Section
This teleconference is designed for accountants, attorneys, executive directors, officers, controllers, CFOs, tax managers, bookkeepers and enrolled agents.
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This presentation is also available in a recorded format, in CD version, as shown in the pricing options below.
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