In the post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) world, law firms providing benefits to their employees may be relying on incomplete information to make key decisions relating to the ACA and plan sponsorship. Dropping plans, meeting affordability goals or just maintaining the status quo may not be the best strategy. But, without the right information from their benefit advisors, law firms may end up confused or compelled to make poor decisions. Going into 2015, benefit practitioners will find clients asking more detailed questions and will need to dive deeper into how decisions impact employers and employees at the same time.
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