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Special Edition ACA Webcast: King v. Burwell

2015-07-08 11:00:00
Summary

On March 4th, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell on whether the language of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to provide subsidies or premium tax credits to residents of the 34 states that declined to establish health insurance Marketplaces/Exchanges. If the Court disagrees with how the IRS interprets the ACA’s language regarding subsidy availability, the ruling could affect the future availability of subsidies in states with Federal Exchanges and change the nature of ACA compliance from a fairly unified system to one that is more fragmented with state-by-state variations. In addition, estimates are up to 8 million current ACA enrollees could lose their current government health care subsidies. The Court is expected to issue its decision at the end of June 2015.

ACA experts from within ADP have gathered with external experts and partners to assess in detail the implications of alternative Supreme Court rulings in the King v. Burwell case – and what each could mean to employers.

Please join us for a special edition in the series of ACA webcasts in which we’ll provide information on the outcome of the King v. Burwell case and what it could mean for you:

  • Does a ruling for the government in King v. Burwell mean business as usual for the ACA?
  • What does a ruling against the government mean?
    • Will Federal subsidies stop in some states making residents unable to access subsidized Exchange coverage?
    • Will the current federally mandated health care system be replaced by a fragmented, state-by-state approach?
    • Will IRS information reporting still be required?
    • Could Congress step in and propose changes to the existing ACA law?

ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management.

Join us on July 8th

 

 

Ellen FeeneyEllen Feeney
VP, Counsel Health Care Reform
ADP

Ellen Feeney is Vice President, Counsel at ADP specializing in Health Care Reform. Ms. Feeney is part of the leadership team for ADP Health Compliance and provides compliance support related to the Affordable Care Act across ADP. She has extensive experience providing business training and day-to-day advice on payroll, HR and Health Care Reform compliance. Ms. Feeney earned her law and undergraduate degrees from the University of Notre Dame.

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