House Committees Release ACA Replacement Bills
House Republicans released two bills to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through the budget reconciliation process this week.
The two bills are collectively referred to as the American Health Care Act. Debate on the legislation is currently underway in the House.
A few items of interest to employers sponsoring group health plans are elimination of employer mandate penalties, enhancements to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and further delay of the Cadillac tax.
For more detailed information on these and other changes contained in the bill, please click the link below. Please keep in mind that these bills are subject to change as they progress through the House and Senate.
Judy Kamens Compliance Specialist
Judy joined the Employee Benefits division of Lawley in March 2010 as a compliance specialist. Judy’s role is to provide clients with enhanced service in the areas of new and existing legislation and compliance. She works closely with employee benefits consultants and account executives to provide clients with the tools and information to remain compliant. Judy provides timely education and guidance and conveys the requirements and intricacies of new legislation in a practical fashion. Specifically, Judy has focused her attention on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and possesses a thorough understanding of the continuously evolving requirements of this law.View Bio LinkedIn
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