NAHU Online Learning Institute
Here you will find a variety of alternative learning formats for your continuing education needs that include an on-demand learning library, audio workshops; available for download, live on-line seminars (webinars/teleconferences) and personal account navigation.
Web seminars consist of two components: a web portion for viewing the visuals/presentation and an audio portion for listening to the presenter(s). When you register, instructions for accessing the event will be sent to you via e-mail, along with reminders five days and one day prior to the event.
Not able to attend the live webinar sessions? You can still benefit from these informative presentations by purchasing a recorded version. NAHU members create a personalized library of topics based on areas of interest. Personal account navigation allows you to access the recordings at your convenience or when visiting with clients. Visit the NAHU OLI catalog.
Can You Sell Individual Insurance and List Bill it Through an Employer?
Featuring: Ric Joyner
There seem to be several "schemes" out there for employers to drop group health and have employees purchase individual policies. But can this be done? How shall we advise our clients? What about state law? What about HIPAA and ERISA? What legal requirements do we need to follow?
Join Ric Joyner, who will provide you with those answers and reference tools than can be used to guide and advise your clients.
Released IRS Guidance Regarding New Form W2 Reporting requirements for Employer Sponsored Group Health Coverage
Tuesday, May 17, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT
Featuring: Seth Perretta
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) added a new reporting requirement to the Internal Revenue Code requiring employers to include the cost of employer-provided group health coverage on employees' Forms W-2. The new requirement is for information purposes only and does not result in additional wages or tax liability to the employee recipient of the Form W-2. The new reporting requirement was scheduled to become effective for this 2011 tax year. However, the IRS issued Notice 2010-69 on October 12, 2010, which provided employers with a one-year reprieve from the new rule by making the new requirement optional for purposes of 2011. Recently, on March 29, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued much-anticipated interim guidance on the new Form W-2 reporting requirement in the form of Notice 2011-28.
Join Seth and get a full overview of this new interim guidance. Seth will walk you through practical considerations for both issuers and employers in complying with the new reporting requirement.
The Seven Steps to a High ROI Employee Wellness Program
Tuesday, May 24, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT
Featuring: Brad Cooper
What if you could offer your clients a strategy that would help control their health care, disability, sick time and retention costs for the long term? This webinar, presented by national speaker and author Brad Cooper, will help you to do just that. In this content-rich webinar, Mr. Cooper will hone in on the critical steps to creating a high ROI Employee Wellness Strategy.
- Understand the key steps to building an effective employee wellness strategy
- Learn how an effective strategy goes beyond wellness and enhances the value of other benefits as well
- Be able to identify the difference between a "one size fits all approach" and a "one size fits ONE" approach to employee wellness
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