Compliance Alert: Reporting for NJ Enrollees Due March 31

Feb 8, 2021


Any business that covered an NJ resident with its employer-sponsored group health plan is responsible for reporting detailed coverage information about each individual to the state by March 31. This applies to any business in the U.S. Most local carriers will complete the filing process for clients, but it is encouraged each business check with their insurance carriers.

The following PDF details the state mandate; please reach out to your Katz/Pierz representative with specific questions about your business.



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