All employers have reporting responsibility under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Some of these reports and forms are handled by the insurance company for smaller companies while larger employees (as well as any sized self fund group or ASO group) must prepare forms to be submitted to the IRS and their employees. Start w/ the “Basics” section to learn more.
What is ACA Shared Responsibility? One of the primary stated goals of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) is to increase the number of Americans with health insurance coverage. The ACA strives to accomplish this goal through the use of shared responsibility. Shared responsibility comes from two primary sources within the law, CLICK HERE
to learn more about your responsibilities as an employer.
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How are the forms to be distributed to employees? What can we do to prepare now? CLICK HERE
to learn more.
A small employer is an employer with less than 50 full time + full time equivalent employees. Full time = 30 hours per week. Once you determine that you are a small employer CLICK HERE.
A large employer is an employer with 50 or more full time + full time equivalent employees. Full time = 30 hours per week. Once you determine you are a large employer CLICK HERE.