Complying with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a challenge for organizations, requiring a solid understanding of the complex requirements for reporting employee data to the IRS. How can you coordinate multiple sources of employee data required for reporting? How can you be sure you’re correctly reporting health benefits offered to employees? How can you ensure accuracy when populating complex ACA reporting forms? And what are best practices for obtaining data that had not been tracked prior to the ACA?
The purpose of this guide is to provide a foundation for understanding the reporting requirements and potential pitfalls in the reporting process, and to help organizations think through the options for tackling the challenge of compliance, from handling it in-house to engaging an ACA compliance expert.
Americans are more stressed, anxious, depressed and unhealthy than ever before. In fact, the U.S. is leading the charge when it comes to hours worked per year. We walk you through a history of work and well-being and what you can do to help employees improve their health.
More and more employers are recognizing the impact financial stress has on their employees—which is great! But getting employees to make good financial wellness decisions is hard work. Like, calculating compound interest in your head hard. In this eBook, you'll learn about the cognitive biases that lead to bad decisions and financial stress.
Generous benefits package have been a competitive edge for companies who are recruiting new hires or cultivating loyalty in valuable employees. But in 2018 a hefty federal tax – known as the Cadillac Tax – will go into effect on employer-provided health plans over a certain threshold. CFOs and HR teams will need to assess how their company will manage Cadillac Tax costs. This whitepaper addresses some of the tactics employers may use, and outlines how to minimize the financial impact of the tax.