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Do you have an ACA to-do list?

To Do List

Tuesday July 9th 2013

The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) requirements and deadlines began on March 23, 2010, and continue to 2018 when the “Cadillac Plan Tax” is set to take effect. Employers should already have some provisions implemented, but many more are approaching quickly.
Over the last three years, the ACA has changed the health care landscape. We’ve seen the removal of lifetime limits on coverage and insurance companies blocked from refusing to cover children with preexisting conditions. In 2014, we’ll see a vast number of changes such as 90-day waiting periods, guaranteed availability of coverage, preexisting conditions prohibition for everyone, shared responsibility and more.
If you are struggling with keeping track of all the dates and requirements, view our An ACA Timeline Review webinar. We take a look back at how far we have come and also cover what is still on the horizon. Our topics include:
• Lifetime limits on essential health benefits prohibited
• Over-the-counter drug restrictions
• W-2 reporting
• Employer-provided Exchange Notice
• Exchanges
• 90-day waiting periods
• SHOP coverage
• Cadillac Plan Tax
Your ACA to-do list may have items crossed off, but there many more are looming on the horizon.
View our webinar and make sure you are prepared! What are your ACA compliance struggles? Will you be ready in 2014? 
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