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A recent information letter from the IRS Office of Chief Counsel was released regarding the employer shared responsibility penalties (“pay or play”) under the ACA (Affordable Care Act). The information letter confirms employer shared responsibility penalties still apply to ALEs

On Feb. 19, 2019, Governor Phil Murphy signed a law (NJ A3975) that significantly expands New Jersey’s family leave laws. The changes impact the state’s paid family leave program, which partially replaces the wages of employees who miss work to

Telemedicine benefits have seen significant growth recently. The technology allows individuals to access healthcare via cell phone, tablets, or desktop and laptop computers without being in the same physical space as a medical provider. It can make health care more

Many organizations offer High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) in conjunction with an HSA (Health Saving Account) as a part of their employee benefit programs, and at some point for employers the issue will arise of employees approaching age 65 that

Federal Judge, Reed O’Connor, recently ruled that the entire Affordable Care Act (ACA) is invalid due to the elimination of the individual mandate penalty this year. The individual mandate penalty was reduced to zero starting in 2019 as a part