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New Health Care Law

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New Health Care Law
What it Means for Your Firm
Speakers: Marc Gerson & Susan Relland, Miller & Chevalier
Recorded: April 20, 2010
Length: 90 minutes

President Obama recently signed legislation that will significantly impact the nation's health care system as well as A/E firms that offer health insurance benefits to their employees. Firms will take on new responsibilities, and could face financial penalties if they provide coverage that fails to meet certain benefit and cost requirements. The new law also includes a number of changes to the tax code that every firm should know about.

ACEC presented a timely online seminar on April 20, 2010 to provide members and non-members with a comprehensive overview of the new law and what you need to know right now to prepare. The session was presented by health care and tax policy experts Marc Gerson and Susan Relland of the law firm of Miller & Chevalier.

Key issues that will be covered include:

  • Penalties for certain employers that do not offer qualified health coverage
  • New group health plan mandates
  • Automatic enrollment requirements
  • Excise tax on high-cost plans
  • Expanded Form 1099 requirements
  • Limits on flexible spending arrangements (FSAs)
  • Changes to the incentives for wellness programs

This session is a MUST DO for firms seeking a better understanding of the new law.

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This product is available as a download document only. At the end of your order, click the download link on the Order Confirmation screen. You will download a zip file containing 2 PDFs: log-in instructions and session slides.

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Author(s): Gerson Marc J.
Susan Relland

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Year Published: 2010

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