This month's ASA Subscript features FIVE WAYS TO DECREASE YOUR WORKERS' COMPENSATION COSTS:
Everywhere I go today, people want to ask me one thing: “Do you know that there’s toilet paper hanging from the bottom of your shoe?”But that’s not relevant for this month’s SubScript article. The question I’m referencing here is:
In spite of the delay of the deadline to file the Form 1094 and 1095, employers subject to the recordkeeping requirements (those with 50+ employees or self-funded plans of any size) are at their wits end making sense of the instructions for filing these forms. We have conducted two live seminars and two webinars in January, and employers are upset and irritated by these recordkeeping rules. Rightly so.
Adams Insurance and ASA Houston present your last opportunity to get help with your 1094 and 1095 filings required THIS January by the Affordable Care Act! On Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 at 9:00 AM and AGAIN on Wednesday January 6th at 9:00 AM, we will host a "cram" session on your 1094 and 1095 filings with the IRS. Please RSVP for the one most convenient to you. We are limiting each session to 20 attendees.
In the Pixar/Disney movie Finding Nemo, a major plot device is the extremely short-term memory of a fish named Dory (indeed, it looks like the sequel, Finding Dory will almost entirely revolve around this faspect of Dory's personality). It is often hilarious that Dory can't remember something she just learned or was just told.
This WSJ editorial on The Slow Motion Implosion of Obamacare is worth your time. It details the practical realities of why enrollments have stalled and the ACA is not living up to its promises. Surprise, surprise!.