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Author: Eric Gregory

Benefits Briefs in the Time of COVID-19, Part 3: Layoffs/Furloughs and Excise Taxes under the Affordable Care Act

Employers that are laying off or furloughing employees during the COVID-19 crisis may be creating the possibility for excise taxes under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”). Knowing the method by which employers determine full-time...

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Benefits Briefs in the Time of COVID-19, Part 1: Federal Agencies Relax Summary of Benefits and Coverage (“SBC”) Disclosure Deadlines

Recent guidance from the Department of Labor (“DOL”), Health and Human Services (“HHS”) and Treasury (the “Departments”) provides limited enforcement relief from the summary of benefits and coverage (“SBC”) disclosure rules...

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In Surprising Memo, IRS Concludes There is No Statute of Limitations on Affordable Care Act “Pay or Play” Taxes: What Steps Employers Should Take Now

In an unexpected memo from the IRS, the Office of Chief Counsel has concluded that the filing of Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) returns does not start the statute of limitations on the Employer Shared Responsibility Payments...

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