Archived Insight | October 7, 2015

File ACA's Transitional Reinsurance Fee Submissions Soon

The Affordable Care Act created a three-year transitional reinsurance program that reimburses certain health insurers in the individual market for losses they sustain when they enroll individuals who are higher-cost claimants. Health insurers and group health plans must contribute to this program by paying fees over a three-year period. 2014 was the first year for which these fees were assessed. The submission required for the second year’s fees must be filed by November 16, 2015, using the same online process used for last year’s submissions (i.e., via www.pay.gov)

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