Proactive Preparation for Health Reform's Employer Shared Responsibility Penalty: 2014 Decisions Will Impact 2015 Liabilities


The program covers current actions to prepare for and to minimize exposure for the employer shared responsibility penalty in 2015, and what you need to consider regarding the employer shared responsibility penalty in any corporate transaction or formation of a new entity.  Topics include:

  • An overview of the employer mandate or shared responsibility penalty
  • Related reporting requirements and the types of data that employers must collect
  • The impact of alternative choices on penalties, records and reporting
  • Corporate transaction considerations from the shared responsibility penalty
    • When it may apply
    • Records to review
    • Liabilities triggered or potentially acquired

Target Audience:  All employers and entities considering acquisition of other business or formation of new entities, in-house counsel, human resources professionals, health plan administrators, employee relations personnel, tax personnel, and information technology personnel responsible for payroll and human resources programming and data collection.

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