Ron Krupa
I’m a benefits geek. I enjoy taking complex regulations and working with clients to help them understand and implement them in a simplified yet compliant manner.

Ron Krupa

EY National Tax ACA Reporting Subject Matter Professional, Functional Team Leader

Employee benefits professional with experience in all aspects of benefits program management. Sports fan. Husband and father.

Office Tampa, US

An experienced and credentialed benefits professional, Ron is a senior manager in EY’s National indirect tax practice with a focus on the Affordable Care Act and reporting. His more than 25 years of experience in employee benefits and human resources functions, helps build strong relationships with his clients as he has held similar roles to theirs. He has served as the subject matter professional for significant ACA client accounts and has represented EY’s ACA practice to external benefits and trade association groups by serving as an ACA expert resource, speaking at conferences and being a panelist on ACA webcasts.

Ron holds his CEBS designation from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans (IFEBP) and is CEBS Compliant and a Fellow of the International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists (ISCEBS). He was the 2015 President of the ISCEBS Governing Council and continues to be active with both organizations.

How Ron is building a better working world 

“Being involved with professional organizations helps me stay connected and up-to-date with all the regulatory changes as well as best practices and new ideas in employee benefits. That knowledge helps me be a better partner with my clients beyond just ACA reporting. I ease the burden of organizations in complying with ACA reporting, but also provide insight to other areas of employee benefits and HR that they may be involved with.

“While I cannot change the regulations or simplify the instructions, I can help clients understand the nuances and develop processes that meet their organizational objectives while remaining compliant.”