Pre-2016 E-PPOs: Download Your Pension Papers Easily and Securely
Any proposal submitted in response to this solicitation should be submitted in accordance with the revised NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 16-1), which is effective for proposals submitted, or due, on or after January 25, 2016.
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Subject: Implementation of Govt. decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission in respect of the Post-01.01.2016 retired Defence Civilian Pensioners/ Family Pensioners : Reg. New PPO Series.
Please note that if you were Medicare-eligible prior to 2016, you must complete the Medicare Part B Differential Form for 2019 in order to receive the Medicare Part B differential payment. The payment is based on the amount that you paid in 2019.
If you were enrolled in Medicare Part B effective after 2016, then you are already receiving the full payment and do not need to complete the Medicare Part B Differential Form.
Both employers and employees can contribute to an HSA, up to the statutory cap of $3,350 for single coverage and $6,750 for family coverage in 2016. Employee contributions to the HSA are made on a pre-income tax basis, and some employers arrange for their employees to fund their HSAs through payroll deductions. Employers are not required to contribute to HSAs established by their employees but if they elect to do so, their contributions are not taxable to the employee. Interest and other earnings on amounts in an HSA are not taxable. Withdrawals from the HSA by the account owner to pay for qualified health care expenses are not taxed. The savings account is owned by the individual who creates the account, so employees retain their HSA balances if they leave their job.
Based on information contained in the March 10, 2015, response from CMS, the SHOP exchange will not use composite premium methods for the 2015 plan year. The response also stated that the SHOP exchange will use the federal default composite premium method for the 2016 plan year.
Subsequent to TDI submitting its January 21 request to CMS, several stakeholders requested that the effective date of the request be revised to a date earlier than January 1, 2016. The primary reason given for revising the effective date was the ability to capture plans with renewal dates prior to January 1, 2016. After receiving approval of an alternative composite methodology, TDI contacted CMS regarding the possibility of revising the effective date. CMS did not object to revising the effective date; however, they stated that any date chosen should be consistently applied. As a result of this communication with CMS, the effective date is revised from January 1, 2016, to November 1, 2015.
Federal regulators also require carriers to file forms and rates for all nongrandfathered plans. All policy forms and related materials in the group and individual markets in Texas should be submitted to federal regulators through the Health Insurance Oversight System (HIOS). See federal guidance RE: 2016 Form Filing Instructions and Health Insurance Oversight System (HIOS) Technical Assistance for Plan Year 2017.