Today, the IRS Released the new Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)/Comparative Effectiveness Research Fee (CERF) rate for plans ending after October 31, 2019. That new rate is $2.54 per person. IRS Notice 2020-44 can be viewed here.
You may recall that PCORI was previously due to sunset in 2019, but was extended by Congress through 2029 (see prior guidance/updates here).
And, if you are looking for details on how to calculate PCORI, please read our prior guidance here or contact your Account Manager.
- IRS Notice 2020-44
- 12/30/2019 – End of Year Changes, PCORI Extension through 2029
- 05/17/2019 – PCORI Math – Counting Details
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