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The Affordable Care Act: more than health care

Amid all of the uncertainty in Washington these days, one thing is certain: key provisions of the health care law go in to effect in January 2014, and employers need to take immediate steps to ensure they will be in compliance as deadlines loom.

For employers, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is more than a benefits law. It’s a tax law that has far-reaching impact on U.S. companies of all industries, geographies and sizes.

The compliance time is short, and our team of professionals is ready to begin working with companies to address the critical issues that must be addressed throughout the company. Employers need to make smart decisions now that will mitigate costs, avoid unforeseen tax liabilities and retain a productive workforce. We can help.

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For more information on the ACA, contact Ali Master, Helen Morrison or Cathy Creech.

You can also find additional information on the ACA on our Affordable Care Act dedicated page, our US Health Care page and our Life Sciences page.

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Webcast: The Affordable Care Act - Now is the time for companies to act

Watch this on-demand webcast for an overview of the Affordable Care Act, including a discussion of the major employer requirements.