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  • Why can't employers pay for employees to go to the exchanges?

    November 14, 2014

    As an effort to comply with the ACA, some employers have been considering offering employees a lump sum of cash to purchase health care coverage on the exchanges, but the DOL now says such an arrangement isn't going to cut it.


  • GAO details factors that led to extremely low SHOP enrollment

    November 13, 2014

    Delays, limited awareness, competition and insufficient subsidies among problems outlined in a Government Accountability Office report on state and federal small group exchanges. CMS says brokers will play a key role in any future growth.


  • How to achieve ACA compliance with a ben admin system

    VIDEO | November 11, 2014

    There are many Affordable Care Act requirements that employer clients must keep track of, and a benefit administration system can be the answer. But how exactly do they help, and what role does an adviser play in the process? Watch as Beverly Beattie, CEO of Selden Beattie Benefit Advisors, and Jamie Hawkins, CEO of Benefit Technology Resources LLC, share why an adviser is the ‘quarterback’ in this process and how to pick the right system.


  • Private exchanges: ‘You have to provide the whole solution’

    November 10, 2014

    Acquired by Towers Watson in November 2013, private exchange provider Liazon is navigating a unique space. It is both owned by a consultancy and used by that firm’s competitors. Alan Cohen, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Liazon, discusses how all brokers fit into the exchange equation and what, in his view, makes an exchange, an exchange.


  • Advisers brace for ACA-induced Dec.1 renewal ripple effect

    October 30, 2014

    An onslaught of Dec. 1 renewal dates means premium rates remain steady for now, but advisers need to prepare for heavy 4th quarter workloads.


  • 5 ACA issues employers should be following

    October 29, 2014

    With the Affordable Care Act’s new reporting requirements fast approaching, employers and their benefit advisers need more than ever to keep abreast of what’s happening with the ever-changing health care reform law. Here are five ACA issues the national law firm Epstein Becker Green says employers need to be following.


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