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George M. Reardon

About George M. Reardon

George M. Reardon is an attorney at law. He can be reached at georgemreardon (at) aol (dot) com.

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112, 2013

Benefit of Counsel: The Skinny on Skinny Plans

By |December 1st, 2013|

‘Minimum essential coverage’ plans will require continual employee education
The Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate may have been delayed by a year, but come 2015, staffing firms will have had to decide whether to offer insurance or pay the penalties. For the moment, at least, there’s a middle-ground option that many staffing firms are considering.

A loophole […]

109, 2013

The Long and Winding Road

By |September 1st, 2013|

How to strategically plan for the ACA and reduce expenses
Recent actions of the Obama Administration have delayed, waived or liberalized several key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, adding to the list of ACA provisions that had already fallen by the wayside since the law’s enactment in 2010. The recent action most significant to the […]

108, 2013

Healthcare Reform Part II: Which Route to Take?

By |August 1st, 2013|

The factors that affect a firm’s decision to offer insurance or pay fines
On July 2, the Treasury Department announced that the employer mandate portion of the ACA has been delayed until 2015. While this gives staffing firms an extra year to work out whether they will offer their temps insurance or pay fines, they still […]

107, 2013

Healthcare Reform: Which Route to Take?

By |July 1st, 2013|

On July 2, the Obama Administration informally announced its intention to postpone the Affordable Care Act’s employer pay-or-play mandate and its related reporting features by one year, from Jan. 1, 2014, to Jan. 1, 2015. On July 9, the IRS issued a formal notice of the action, which did not materially add to the main […]

2903, 2012

Benefit of Counsel: Crucial Clause

By |March 29th, 2012|

What you don’t see can hurt you
These days, staffing firms often use their customers’ contract forms when sealing a deal. Often, those contracts lack some clauses that staffing firms shouldn’t do business without. Staffing firms’ own contract forms often omit important and useful terms. Regardless whose contract you start with, there are six terms that […]