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New ACA Reporting – What You Need To Know

Prepare for ACA Reporting or Suffer Possible Fines Even though there are clouds of uncertainty hanging over the Affordable Care Act, applicable large employers are still required to adhere to the IRS filing and reporting regulations or risk financial penalties. While most of the repor
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ACA Compliance – The Changing Landscape

Be Prepared for Changing ACA Landscape With president-elect Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans vowing to repeal the Affordable Care Act, employers that have spent the last few years preparing for and complying with the law have a right to be concerned about what’s in store. Wh
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Workers Comp – 2017 Compliance

WORKERS’ COMP: Not Complying With Exclusion Rules May Cost You IN THE last quarter of 2016 you should have received correspondence from your insurance carrier if you have claimed any owners or officers as exempt from workers’ compensation coverage on your policy. The notification was
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Telemedicine Can Reduce Costs, Save Time

More and more health plans and employers are embracing telemedicine as part of their health insurance offerings, in order to help enrollees who may live far from their doctor – and to save money. A 2014 study by the consulting firm Deloitte calculated that there would be 75 million vi
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New X-Mod System Reduces Effect of One Large Claim

One of the biggest complaints in workers’ comp – that one large claim can skew an employer’s X-Mod – is about to finally be addressed in California. The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s “split-point” experience rating system, in which an employer’s actual workers’ comp
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OSHA Revises Reporting Rule for Worker Injuries

OSHA Revises Reporting Rule for Worker Injuries The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a final rule requiring employers to notify OSHA when an employee is killed on the job or suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye. Under
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