As reported by National Association of Health Underwriters, Congress has voted to fully repeal the Cadillac (excise) Tax and the Health Insurance Tax. The legislation fully repeals the Cadillac Tax and repeals the HIT effective January 1, 2021, which means the HIT will still be in place for 2020. According to the Congressional Budget Office, repealing the Cadillac Tax will save consumers $197 billion, and the HIT repeal will save consumers $150 billion! Business Benefits has actively s... Read more

Employer reporting requirements and penalties for non-compliance have largely remained the same even though the individual penalty payment is no longer applicable. Forms 1094/1095-B (B Forms) and Forms 1094/1095-C (C Forms), and related instructions, for the 2019 tax year have been released and are provided below. Employers Subject to Reporting Applicable large employers (ALEs), who are in general, entities that employed 50 or more full-time and full-time-equivalent employees in 2018, a... Read more