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We have the cure for your ACA, HIPAA, COBRA, GINA and ERISA* indigestion. When you team up with Corporate Synergies, our employee benefits compliance experts turn your benefits program inside-out to reveal those pesky compliance missteps or major omissions that can zap your business (and officers) with fines and penalties.
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*Affordable Care Act; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act; Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act; and Employee Retirement Income Security Act.

  Alert  DOL’s New Rules for Association Health Plans Allow Small Employers to Avoid Costly ACA Obligations

01/08/2018 — On January 4, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a proposed regulation (“the Proposed Rule”) that will make it easier for small employers to join together in an employer group or association in order to collectively be treated as if they were one large employer-sponsored group health plan.

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Comprehensive review of Form 5500s, COBRA and HIPPA and checking plans, procedures and filings to find and correct errors and oversights.
Complete plan document preparation and participant-friendly Summary Plan Descriptions.
Preparation of signature-ready IRS Form 5500 filings and assistance with the Delinquent Filer Voluntary Compliance Program.
Personal consultation by experts in the ACA and other laws and regulations to keep clients compliant year after year.
Conduct required training for privacy officers and PHI handlers on handling sensitive employee information.
Procedure evaluation, eligibility and more.
Update clients with information about significant legal and regulatory developments impacting employers’ health insurance compliance.
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On Demand Webinars

February 1, 2017
President-elect Trump and Congress have declared the end of the Affordable Care Act, but their replacement plan could take as long as 3 years to go into effect. That means that employers need to comply in 2017 (and likely in 2018).
December 1, 2016
In this webinar, ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein discusses recent ACA developments & guidance for 2017, rules impacting ACA affordability determinations & new Information Reporting requirements, increased penalties, and insights on the Presidential impact of healthcare.
September 21, 2016
After several years of confusion on how employers can properly design their wellness plans, the EEOC finally released clarifying regulations. ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein will help answer common questions on these new wellness plan rules coordinated with requirements of ACA wellness plan regulations.
June 28, 2016
The ACA’s employer shared responsibility requirements, commonly referred to as “Pay or Play” or “the Employer Mandate,” are now in their second year. Learn what you have to do differently now to comply, and how to prepare for the years ahead.
April 20, 2016
Investigations, Settlements, Court Rulings & ACA Updates with compliance expert Dan Kuperstein.
February 4, 2016
Last Minute Review of Key ACA Rules and Requirements with compliance expert Dan Kuperstein.
July 21, 2015
An in-depth discussion on Cadillac Tax, nondiscrimination testing, and ADA-compliant health & wellness programs.

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All compliance resources, including Alerts, Guides, Timelines, and Videos are based on laws, regulations and guidance that were current as of the date noted or time of recording. This content is subject to change and may no longer be relevant as laws and regulations change. Nothing herein shall be construed as legal advice. Please contact a Corporate Synergies consultant for guidance on your organization’s particular needs.