Obamacare Likely to Survive Court Challenge, Expert Warns
Don’t count on health care reform just going away.
According to Brad Pricer, human resources process leader at CUNA Mutual Group, it’s unlikely that the U.S. Supreme Court will simply toss out the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act completely.
One issue on the table for larger credit unions with 250 or more employees is tracking the aggregate cost of employer-sponsored group health coverage for plan year 2012 on W2s.
“So make sure whoever is preparing your W2s has that set up ready to report,” said Pricer, who used it as just one example of a requirement that has nothing to do with waiting for a decision from the court. “There’s a lot of confusion out there about everything from what are the requirements, and what applies to me to what’s coming up?”