These resources are designed to take the confusion out of the compliance equation.
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The ACA’s 40 percent tax on “high value” employer-sponsored plans must be repealed.
On April 19, The Council sent a letter to the Senate in support of S.2702, the Business of Insurance Regulatory Reform Act.
On April 16, several organizations, including The Council, sent a letter to Congress in support of a long-term reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program.
This ACA Reform Legislation Tracker was updated as of December 22, by our legal team at Steptoe & Johnson.
The Council filed a letter with the Department of Labor regarding the DOL’s proposed rule to revise the definition of “employer” under section 3(5) of ERISA.
We have updated our state-by-state Single-Payer/Universal Healthcare Legislation Tracker as of January 24.