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PCORI Fees Due July 31st

PCORI fee

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If your health plan is self-funded, the deadline to pay your annual PCORI fees is July 31, 2019. You should use IRS Form 720 for reporting.

The PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Fee is part of the Affordable Care Act, helping to fund research to help patients make more informed healthcare decisions. The fee is calculated based upon the average number of lives covered under the plan. It applies to policy or plan years ending on or after October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. The fee is $2.45 per covered life.

A reminder that PCORI fees do not apply for plan years ending on or after October 1, 2019. Therefore, for calendar years, the 2018 plan year is the last plan year that these fees will be effective.

Contact your NIS Consultant if you have any questions.

 

Additional Resource

IRS: PCORI Fee Questions and Answers

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Bill Enright

Bill Enright

Bill Enright is Director of Consulting Services at National Insurance Services (NIS). He’s responsible for the management, fulfillment, and strategic direction of the full benefit consulting clients and services and the professional development of NIS full benefit consulting personnel. Bill is a 29+ year veteran in the employee benefits industry, from insurance carrier, benefit consultant, and now director. He has been published on the topics of health care reform and has served on the advisory committees and insurance lobbying groups at the state and local level. Bill served in the U.S Army Reserves as a non-commissioned officer for 11 years. He’s also involved with Special Olympics, youth sports coaching, and is a small group leader at his church.