The Affordable Care Act Resource Center
Information your business needs to know now
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is among the most far-reaching pieces of legislation in recent history, with broad implications for employers. In order to minimize ACA-related costs, companies must consider everything from whether to “pay-or-play” to how to comply with ACA information reporting requirements.
Our benefits team can help you assess the financial impact of the ACA on your company and your employees and assist in developing and implementing an ACA strategy customized to your business. As an independent advisor, we can bring an unbiased approach to evaluating your benefits and strategies. Whether you are considering maintaining, redesigning or even terminating your health benefits, we can provide the financial information and guidance necessary to make informed decisions today and to proceed with confidence tomorrow.
The 2015 forms and instructions for reporting health plan information to the IRS under the Affordable Care Act are now available.
Employers have an extension of time to furnish employees statements of health plan coverage as well as potential relief from penalties.
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Employers with self-insured health plans must submit enrollment data to the government by Nov. 15 and pay the reinsurance fee by Jan. 17.
The IRS issued a warning that fake emails containing a tax bill in connection with the Affordable Care Act were emailed by scammers.
Under the Affordable Care Act, employers that do not offer health coverage that meets ACA standards could face penalties.
The Health Insurance Marketplace is notifying employers about employees’ coverage so that employers can appeal incorrect determinations.
The IRS will accept 2015 Forms 1095-C and 1095-B filed after the June 30, 2016 deadline, but employers should submit the forms promptly.
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