In this episode, Suzanne Spradley and Chase Cannon discuss the lawsuit challenging the ACA that is set for Supreme Court oral arguments on November 10, 2020. Suzanne outlines the basis for the lawsuit — a claim that the ACA’s individual mandate is unconstitutional, and that the individual mandate is not severable from the remainder of the ACA. Suzanne details the history of the case, the arguments made on either side and the potential impact of a decision either way. Suzanne and Chase discuss Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s very recent appointment to the Supreme Court, and how her views on the role of the judiciary branch might impact the outcome of the ACA case.
Every other week, NFP's legal experts make the subject of compliance personal for a wide audience. By breaking down the daunting details of emerging policies and bridging the gap between legislation and what it means for the listener, Chase Cannon and Suzanne Spradley make compliance issues relatable and relevant. Visit our Soundcloud page every two weeks for the most up-to-date episode.
Join us for a discussion of what the 2020 election, addition of a justice to the Supreme Court, and other political events could mean for the future benefits compliance landscape.
Benefits Compliance Implications of 2020’s Political Rollercoaster
November 18, 2020
2:00 to 3:00 p.m. CT (3:00 to 4:00 p.m. ET)
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The NFP Benefits Compliance team has recently updated the "Employee Benefits Annual Limits" white paper to reflect 2021 adjustments. This document includes revised limits on HSA contributions, qualified HDHPs, health FSAs, qualified transportation benefits, retirement plans, QSEHRAs and several additional limits.
Employers may want to review these limits and make any necessary adjustments to plan documents and communications. Please contact your advisor for a copy of the updated white paper.