February 12, 2016


In This Issue
White House Releases Final Budget Request Including Details for Cadillac Tax Fix
Administration Brings Back Limited Tax-Time SEP
Limited Seats Remaining! National Member Webinar on Navigating Commissions, Ethics, and Antitrust Laws
Compliance Cornered: Employer Reporting When Employee Waives Coverage
Representatives Mia Love (R-UT) and Brett Guthrie (R-KY) are coming to the HUPAC Reception—Are You?
The ShiftShapers Podcast with David Saltzman
HUPAC Roundup
What We’re Reading
E-mail the Editor
Visit the NAHU Website
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Administration Brings Back Limited Tax-Time SEP
Late last Friday (and just after the Washington Update’s press time), the Administration announced that it would be creating a special enrollment period (SEP) for individuals who did not enroll in coverage because they did not file 2014 tax returns last year and were unable to prove their eligibility for premium assistance. This SEP effectively brings back the tax-time SEP that was made available in spring 2015 and will have a limited scope of eligible individuals. This SEP does not reverse the Administration’s previous announcements of not opening up another tax-time SEP for this tax season. Individuals who learn that they will be subject to the individual mandate penalties when filing their 2015 taxes this year will still be subjected to the penalty. Individuals must file their 2014 tax returns by March 31 indicating that they were eligible for subsidies during the year.
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