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The Affordable Care Act: more than health care
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.
The Senate released on June 22, 2017, a discussion draft of its health care legislation, entitled the “Better Care Reconciliation Act” (the Senate proposal). In this report we summarize the key provisions of the Senate proposal affecting employers and health insurers and highlight where the Senate proposal differs from the Affordable Care Act and from the House bill.
Acting on President Trump's promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the House of Representatives passed along Republican party lines an amended version of the American Health Care Act in May 2017, paving the way for consideration by the Senate. In this report we summarize the key tax law changes affecting employers and health insurers.
The Treasury Inspector General recently released a report on the findings of an audit conducted to assess the ability of the IRS to administer the employer shared responsibility provisions.
The health care exchanges established by the Affordable Care Act generate Notices. In this special report we explain why the Notices are generated, what they mean for employers and their employees and actions employers need to take.
The 2015 ACA reporting year was challenging for many employers. Read about lessons learned in this first year and what you can expect in 2016 and beyond.
Since the exposure for compliance failure to ACA is potentially enormous and penalties are significant, careful attention to compliance is imperative. Learn how to prepare.
Companies implementing their ACA compliance programs need to be aware of new requirements. Learn more.
EY's ACA COMPASSSM technology provides businesses with the ability to manage the full spectrum of ACA compliance requirements.
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- How employers are implementing ACA within their organizations
- A review of the final regulations on the information reporting requirements for employers and the employer mandate
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