To the surprise of many, Congressional Republicans failed to make good on their 7-year long campaign promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). And after everything we have been through, especially since President Trump took office, we are left with not much more than a litany of questions.... What went wrong? What’s going to happen next? Will Congressional Republicans resurrect an ACA repeal-replace bill? Will Republicans and Democrats put partisan politics aside and compromise on bi-partisan legislation intended to “stabilize” the ailing ACA individual insurance markets? What will the Trump Administration do? Will the IRS continue to enforce the “employer mandate”? How about the employer reporting requirements? What other administrative guidance may be issued that could be helpful – or detrimental – to employers? What about the Cadillac Tax, which is scheduled to snap into effect in 2020? Will we see Treasury guidance on the Cadillac Tax, or will Congress further delay or repeal the Tax outright in Tax Reform? This webinar will dig into these very questions.
About our Presenter
Christopher E. Condeluci is principal and sole shareholder of CC Law & Policy PLLC in Washington, DC. Chris’s practice focuses on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) and its impact on all stakeholders. Prior to forming CC Law & Policy, Chris served as Tax and Benefits Counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. During his time in Congress, Chris participated in the development of portions of the ACA, including the Exchanges, the insurance market reforms, and all of the new taxes enacted under the law. He is one of the few senior Congressional staffers who actively participated in the health reform debate to join the private sector since the ACA’s enactment, and based on his experience as an employee benefits attorney, he possesses a unique level of expertise on matters relating to tax law, ERISA, and the ACA.
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