Benefits lobbying groups in Washington are urging the White House to minimize burdensome employer reporting requirements -- especially as the Affordable Care Act undergoes changes under a new administration.

The groups worry that employers would still face significant reporting requirements, and exposure to penalties under the ACA if they fail to meet those reporting requirements, even in the absence of the ACA's employer mandate.

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