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HRCI & SHRM Pre-Approved Webinar | Essentials of ACA Reporting Requirements & 401(k) Plan Administration

Join us for this HRCI* and SHRM** pre-approved, complimentary, one-hour webinar as Olivia Ash, JD, MD, Compliance Consultant with ComplianceDashboard, LLC, reviews the essentials of ACA reporting requirements to help reduce feelings of compliance “unease.” She’ll also cover the “big rocks” relating to administration and operation of a 401(k) plan, including an introduction into the […]

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2019 3rd Quarter Compliance Update

Topics include: Medicare Part D Notices Rx Plans May Exclude Value of Drug Manufacturers’ Coupons Until Further Notice Summary Annual Reports Agencies Finalize Mental Health Parity Resources Affordable Coverage MLR Rebates ACA Pay or Play Still Applies ACA Reporting 2019 And more! Read Now For more information, contact info@apbenefitadvisors.com. The information contained in this post, […]

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Upcoming Filing Deadlines: Annual Prescription Drug Notice, HIPAA Breach Report & ACA Reporting

As we head into the last couple days of February, we want to take this opportunity to remind employers about the following upcoming filing deadlines: Annual Prescription Drug Notice Group health plans must notify the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) each year regarding whether the group health plan’s prescription drug coverage offered to […]

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3rd Quarter Compliance Newsletter

In this quarter’s Compliance Newsletter: Medicare Part D Notices Summary Annual Reports Due ACA Reporting Affordable Health Plans in 2019 & 2019 Affordability Percentage Exchange Model Notice New Model FMLA Forms Health FSA Carryovers Employers Not Required to Provide Specific Requested Reasonable Accommodations MLR Rebates Federal Court Approves $115 Million Settlement Save American Workers Act […]

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4th Quarter Compliance Update

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