These resources are designed to take the confusion out of the compliance equation.
Congress passed a bill that extends the National Flood Insurance Program by one week.
The tax treatment of employer-sponsored health plans is under attack from all sides in Washington.
Challenges in the individual health insurance market pose a systemic threat to the broader industry.
Rising prices for health services are driving healthcare spending and higher premiums.
A single-payer healthcare system has major implications for insurance brokers nationwide.
The cyber insurance market must be allowed to grow and develop without undue government intervention.
Non-financial/non-cash value insurance premiums should be exempt from FATCA requirements.
The Council supports a long-term NFIP extension and increased private market participation.
The ACA’s 40 percent tax on “high value” employer-sponsored plans must be repealed.
The CCPA is widely regarded as the nation’s most aggressive data privacy law to date.
This ACA Reform Legislation Tracker was updated by our legal team at Steptoe & Johnson.
It’s the calm before the storm here in Washington with Members of Congress and much of their staff on the campaign trail, leaving lobbyists like us taking bets on who prevails and where.
The Departments of Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services released proposed rules to expand the use of, and access to, Health Reimbursement Arrangements.
This state single-payer legislation tracker has been updated as of October 3, incorporating legislation out of Michigan.