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  • Open Enrollment is Over — Now What?

    Posted on December 16, 2013

    Below is the link to the December 10, 2013 UBA Employer Webinar Series:  “Open Enrollment is Over – Now What?”



    While there have been delays on some key provisions of PPACA, employers will need to start planning now to ensure compliance in 2015.  Other requirements remain effective in 2014.  Open enrollment for the health marketplaces has begun, raising questions about employee eligibility for the premium tax credit/subsidy.  2014 promises to be a busy year as employers adapt to the new environment and prepare to implement the delayed items.  Tune in to this webinar to learn about:

    • Reporting of minimum essential coverage
    • Report of minimum value and affordable coverage
    • Transition rules for the delayed employer-shared responsibility (“play or pay”) requirements
    • Other new releases that affect group health plans
    • Employee eligibility for the premium subsidy
    • The new health FSA carryover option
    • A refresher on the 2014 changes
    • Required plan amendments





    Randall M. Limbeck, Partner – Jackson Lewis LLP

    Randall Limbeck is a partner in the Omaha office of Jackson Lewis LLP.  He specializes in representation of clients in the areas of ERISA, employee benefits and executive compensation.  Mr. Limbeck has represented clients in a broad range of industries and size, with respect to design, document drafting, employee communications, litigation and assistance in dealings with the IRS and Department of Labor.

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    Please feel free to watch/listen to this whenever it is convenient for you and your staff. It will be available for you to view for the next 11 months. Your name and email are required for registration. There is no cost however this webinar has been approved for one credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Once you have viewed the webinar, the last page will provide details on receiving the credit hour.

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