This month's Benefits Buzz discusses the upcoming Medicare Part D notice disclosure deadline and explains that employers are planning to spend more on health care and wellness next year.
This Compliance Overview summarizes the requirements that plan sponsors must meet for providing creditable and non-creditable coverage disclosure notices to Medicare Part D eligible individuals and to CMS.
This month's Benefits Buzz discusses the guidance on association health plans issued by the IRS and Department of Labor, provides a reminder that Medicare Part D notices are due Oct. 15 and explains the repeal of the individual mandate penalty.
Employers with Medicare eligible participants must provide a notice that specifies whether the plans that they sponsor constitute creditable coverage for Medicare Part D. The notice must be provided in conjunction with the Medicare Part D annual election period which begins on October 15.
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