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Bipartisan Hearings on Health Care are in the Works on Capitol Hill
Senator Lamar Alexander has announced that starting in September a bipartisan committee will meet in an effort to stabilize the individual health mandate. The Tennessee Republican said that the target deadline for a solution is September 27. That’s when insurers sign contracts with the federal government for insurance plans that they plan to sell on the health care exchange for 2018. He estimated that about 18 million Americans who get their insurance in the individual market stand to be affect...
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IRS Releases Draft Versions of Form 1094/1095 for TY2017
The IRS has just issued draft versions of the Form 1094/1095 information returns for the 2017 tax year (for filing in early 2018).
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What is "Skinny Repeal?"

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A "Skinny Repeal" has been put forward by Congressional leaders in an attempt to make some headway in their efforts to repeal/replace the Affordable Care Act.
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Even if ACA is Repealed, Reporting will Still Be Required
There are multiple proposal on Capital Hill to repeal and/or replace the Affordable Care Act. Both Senate and House versions retain the employer mandate to file 1095 forms. It can be confusing and complicated, but BenefitScape can help
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IRS Update for AIR Users

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IRS Update for AIR Users
IRS has scheduled a July 10, 2017 of ACA Applications for TCC. Ability to make changes will also be blocked. This does not impact users who already have their TCC.
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