WEB Benefit Basics Webinars

The Affordable Care Act: Where are we now? Where are we going?
a Worldwide Employee Benefits National Webinar

Thursday, October 15, 2015
12:00 – 1:00pm Central Time


This program is $25 for WEB Members.
(Contact WEB at 888-795-6862 to get your discount code)

This program is $50.00 for Non-Members.

Our Speaker:
Kim Wilcoxon, Partner, Thompson Hine LLP

Well into the first year of the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate, employers still struggle to keep up with guidance and administer health plans that comply with the Act without significantly increasing costs. This presentation will review issues and guidance impacting administration of health plans in 2015 and will identify requirements and opportunities for future planning. Kim Wilcoxon is a partner in the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice group. Kim has significant experience advising employers and other benefit plan professionals on welfare benefit plan matters. She helps clients respond to increased plan costs and legal changes by analyzing various plan designs and associated risks; closely following legal developments and offering proactive advice; helping employers implement the Affordable Care Act requirements; walking plan administrators through HIPAA privacy and security compliance and providing employee training; drafting and reviewing plan documentation and participant communications; consulting on benefit claims and appeals; and answering questions relating to COBRA, consumer driven health plans, nondiscrimination requirements, cafeteria plan rules, taxation of benefits and other welfare benefit matters.

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