The Consolidated Appropriations Act: What Plan Sponsors Need to Know

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA) includes provisions that create a new fiduciary obligation for employers and change the way health benefits brokers and health insurance companies do business. Some provisions are currently in effect, while others will kick in at future dates.

Our latest Compliance Overview summarizes provisions related to surprise medical billing, health plan transparency and mental health parity, among others.

It also includes information about various tax credits, exclusions and deductions that may be of interest to employers, along with a brief discussion of key retirement plan provisions.

To download a copy, just click here: The CAA - What Plan Sponsors Need to Know.

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