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When it comes to providing healthcare to your team as a small business, Affordable Care Act requirements are real. Whether it’s compliance mistakes, administrative issues, or the sheer cost, there are myriad factors to consider.
According to the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, the largest ACA costs to date are expected to arrive in 2016. And according to the employers surveyed, 57% expect administration issues to be the biggest challenge they face.
To make this process easier on you, we’ve compiled all our resources throughout the past year. These articles will help demystify the complexity around the ACA, so you can focus on what you do best — running your business.
ACA Health Insurance Help
- Defining a full-time employee
- Offering healthcare if your business is less than 50 employees
- Healthcare for PT employees
Affordable Care Act Requirements for Small Businesses
Learn key ACA requirements and forms, such as:
- The Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)
- Forms 1095-B, 1095-C, 1095-C, and 1094-C
- Calculations for FT and PT employees
5 Big ACA Changes for Businesses in 2016
Stay up to date on ACA revisions that may impact your business. This includes:
- Basic ACA definitions
- Affordable Care Act requirements
- 5 Changes in ACA policy for 2016
Understanding ACA Tax Penalties and Credits
Are you eligible for a small business healthcare tax credit? Learn about:
- How to avoid an ACA penalty
- ESR payments
- The small business healthcare tax credit Navigating the complex system of employer-based healthcare isn’t easy, but you’re not alone. We hope these resources will help your small business thrive!
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This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.