The Affordable Care Act or ACA adds a number of requirements for employers including the requirement that large employers (50 employees or more) offer health care coverage to their employees (the so-called “Employer Mandate) or be subject to a tax penalty. Learn more about the reporting requirements for IRS Codes 6055 and 6056 that will require additional tracking, recordkeeping, and compliance starting on January 1st 2015.
We will have a panel of experts and practitioners that includes an HR Executives, attorneys and consultants to share their insights on what companies will need to track and report for the new IRS forms in order to avoid non-compliance and potential penalties.
Frank Cascio, Strategic Alliance Manager for Health & Welfare Advisors/ Employee Benefits, ADP, LLC.
Erin Kartheiser, Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP in the firm’s employee benefits and executive compensation group. Ms. Kartheiser represents numerous large corporations, both public and private, in connection with their full range of employee benefit matters, including retirement plans, health and welfare benefits, fiduciary guidance, employee benefit-related tax and securities issues, executive compensation, and ERISA litigation.
Linda Anderson, Senior Group Benefits Compliance and Administration Consultant, Towers Watson. Ms. Anderson is responsible for consulting with Fortune 500 clients on the implementation and administration of health and welfare benefit plans. Also responsible for evaluating all legislation impacting health and welfare benefits for the administrative impact on our outsourcing business as well as client compliance needs.
Amanda Pacult, Manager of Human Resources, Kovitz Investment Group.
Barbara Fox, Vice President, Benefits & HR Administration, Nuveen Investments.
Steven R. Schinderle, ERISA Attorney, Aon Hewitt U.S. Health & Benefits Legal Group.
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