December 17, 2018 Authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program runs out at 11:59 p.m. this Friday. While we are pleased that reauthorization was re-coupled to the latest federal spending
December 17, 2018 U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, appointee of President George W. Bush, ruled on Friday that the entire Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional now that Congress eliminated a
The IRS recently issued a notice extending certain due dates for 2018 ACA information reporting to individuals under Sections 6055 and 6056 of the Internal Revenue Code. Notably, the notice
December 3, 2018 As you know, legislative and regulatory efforts to reduce drug costs is a top priority for both Democrats and Republicans in the next Congress, and it’s one
December 3, 2018 On Saturday, December 1, President Trump signed legislation that extends the National Flood Insurance Program to Friday, December 7. The legislation was passed by Congress on the
November 5, 2018 The NFIP is set to lapse on November 30, and fear is already percolating that Congress may not reauthorize in time. There are some who believe there
The Council has welcomed 21 new member firms in 2018, FEMA released its updated claims manual for NFIP, IRS draft instructions for 2018 ACA information reporting, and more.
Single Payer & Public Option Legislation Trackers Since the start of the 115th Congress, several single payer and public option bills have been introduced. Generally, single payer legislation (e.g., “Medicare
Overview of IRS 199A Pass-Through Proposed Tax Regulations Earlier this month, the IRS issued proposed regulations that would implement and interpret the new Section 199A provisions enacted as part of
On July 31, President Trump signed into law a bill that reauthorizes the National Flood Insurance Program through November 30, 2018.