What’s Next for ACA: Subsidy Notifications and Appeals
With 1095s out the door, the next Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliance hurdle employers face is managing subsidy notifications and appeals. Because subsidies, also referred to as Advanced Premium Tax Credits, are the trigger for penalties, it’s important to be prepared to handle the flood of notifications that the Exchanges are expected to send in June 2016. Once the notices are sent, employers will only have 90 days to appeal the Exchange’s decision to grant the employee a subsidy.
Join the team of Equifax Workforce Solutions ACA experts as they discuss the importance of handling subsidy notifications correctly and what can happen if things go awry. They’ll provide an overview of the subsidy application and appeal processes and explain how they differ for State and Federal Exchanges.
The hosts will also take a look at different scenarios under which an employee may receive a subsidy and how employers should go about deciding whether or not to appeal. They will wrap up with a few best practices learned from helping clients manage the subsidy landscape and answer questions from the audience.
This webinar took place on May 3, 2016.
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