Featured Video: What Employers Need to Know for 2018: Legislative Updates and Your General Compliance Calendar

January’s Feature Video

This webinar will:

  • Briefly review new legislation and regulations that affect group health plans in 2018
  • Alert employers to the IRS employer shared responsibility penalty assessment letters
  • Remind employers of the upcoming Form 1094/1095 information return reporting deadlines
  • Discuss the difference between active enrollment and passive enrollment
  • Describe actions that an employer should take after renewal, including distribution of documents (such as the summary plan description, summary of benefits and coverage, or summary of material modification), nondiscrimination testing, and review of contracts to ensure that they match the employer’s expectations
  • Discuss the timing of reporting and notices, including the Form 5500, summary annual report, ERISA notices, Medicare Part D creditable coverage disclosure, HIPAA notice of privacy practices, and wellness program notice
  • Discuss the timing of the PCORI fee
  • Briefly describe the electronic delivery rules
  • Alert employers to the differences in timing of some disclosures when an employer is using a calendar year or a non-calendar plan year
  • Discuss best practices for tracking notice distribution, including document retention periods

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The information provided is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information above contains only a summary of the applicable legal provisions and does not purport to cover every aspect of any particular law, regulation or requirement. Depending on the specific facts of any situation, there may be additional or different requirements. This is to be used only as a guide and not as a definitive description of your compliance obligations.