GOP Touts Simpler Tax Filing as a Goal of Reform
Rep. Kevin Brady predicts 90% of filers will be able to fit their tax returns on a postcard.
4 Things for Agents to Know About HHS Pick Tom Price
The orthopedic surgeon has had personal experience with providing home health care.
After ACA, public exchange role may change, insider says
The health law markets could focus on Medicaid, or end up in a U.S. Postal Service vs. UPS rivalry.
3 surprises from the Senate PPACA CO-OP hearing
Andy Slavitt wants the CO-OPs that are still here to have a longer runway.
AALU: Life industry facing a 'bloody battle' over DOL's fiduciary rule
At the AALU's closing general session on Tuesday, members of AALU's advocacy teams warned of coming fights in Washington.
Senators Make Push to Regulate Tax Preparers
The Taxpayer Protection Act of 2015 requires preparers to demonstrate competency in preparing tax returns, claims for refunds and related documents.
Finance committee backs Carolyn Colvin as Social Security Commissioner
The nomination of Carolyn Watts Colvin to be the commissioner of the Social Security Administration was approved by a 22-2 vote.
Weeds or flowers? Panel eyes Medicare innovation center
The director says the center has a high-tech strategy for picking high-value projects.