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Premium Tax Credits – Nothing’s Final Yet






Obviously, everyone’s concerned – and righfully so – about Tuesday’s 2-1 ruling by the D.C. Court of Appeals that the IRS overstepped in saying that premium tax credits may be provided through the federally-facilitated exchange site (Healthcare.gov). But don’t panic … Continue reading






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Calculating the Premium Cap % for a Given Income Level






We received an interesting question from one of our partners yesterday, so we thought we’d share the answer with you. His question was: How can I determine the maximum premium as a percent of income an individual or family would … Continue reading






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IRS Kills Defined Contribution






The IRS has issued a two-question Q&A that seems to kill any hope agents had that pre-tax employer contributions or reimbursements for individual health coverage – whether for exchange-based or non-exchange-based plans – would somehow be allowed under the Affordable … Continue reading






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