This week, House Republicans unveiled a revised year-end tax bill that would includes some technical corrections to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but does not include earlier provisions aimed at resurrecting expired tax breaks.
Tag Archive: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)
NSBA has joined with other business leaders in asking Congress to pass by the end of the year an extension for 2020 of the moratorium on the expensive and burdensome Health Insurance Tax.
Recently, Labor, Treasury and HHS proposed a rule to allow employers to fund tax-exempted HRAs to help pay for workers' individual health insurance premiums.
The House is taking another swing at the Affordable Care Act, targeting a handful of provisions for repeal or delay.
The Trump Administration recently finalized a rule allowing people to buy short-term health coverage that skirts many of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA’s) regulations.
Twelve state attorneys general are suing DOL over the expansion of AHP's arguing they violate consumer and state protections included in the Affordable Care Act.
Prior to adjourning for August recess, the House passed legislation that would further delay implementation of the health insurance tax on insurers until 2022.
Last week, the House passed legislation 283-182--with 57 Democrats joining all voting Republicans--to permanently eliminate a tax on medical devices under the ACA.
The House Ways and Means Committee will hold a full committee markup today on a series of measures that will delay several ACA provisions and expand HSA’s.
Following last week's publishing of a final rule on Association Health Plans, NSBA has analyzed the rule and detailed what it likely means for most small businesses.