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Posts Tagged ‘ACA employer mandate’

IRS Completes 2016 ESRP Penalty Letters – Gears Up for 2017

If you had any concerns about your 2016 ACA 1095-C forms, we can all take a collective sigh of relief. On the May 2, 2019 Payroll Industry call, the IRS announced that they have completed 99.8% of the Employer Shared Responsibility Payment (ESRP) penalty notification letters, also known as the dreaded 226J letter, for tax […]

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No Relief for the ACA Employer Mandate in 2019

With the Affordable Care Act filing season finally over for 2018, a collective sigh of relief is in order for US employers and those - like us - that help them out. But stay vigilant: complying with the ACA employer mandate in 2019 remains a must for US employers, and most likely next year as […]

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ACA Business Planning Taxation Strategies for 2019

As a business owner, you want to keep your health care costs as low as you can. You also want to take advantage of whatever tax breaks you can. With the Affordable Care Act (ACA), your company can do both. What’s important is to set up your  ACA business planning so that you get the […]

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Areas to Consider Before Outsourcing ACA Reporting

Human resources departments are becoming strategic partners within today’s organizations. No longer do they exist only to hire, fire, and pay employees. HR professionals are critical to an organization's long-term growth and development. As HR departments undergo a massive transformation, so is the HR outsourcing industry. By 2020, the HR outsourcing industry is expected to […]

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And the beat goes on: Healthcare law ruling puts Affordable Care Act at risk – again.

Late in the day this past Friday, a federal judge in Texas ruled the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. The White House was quick to issue a statement saying that pending the appeal process, the law remains in place. This appeal process will take a while and is going to be interesting for sure. However, […]

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The Current Status of the ACA Employer Mandate: 2018

There has been much to do around the Affordable Care Act: from passing the law under President Obama, to trying to repeal the law under President Trump. This has left many people confused as to where we are at now – what is the current status of the ACA? The short answer is: The ACA […]

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Are You Including ACA in Your Growth and Risk Management?

Running a successful business isn’t all about profits. You also have to manage risk. While you may keep a close eye on the more obvious processes, like manufacturing processes for product recalls, for example, some risks are less apparent. Growth often means hiring new employees and, if you aren’t keeping an eye on your headcount, […]

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A Rocky 18 Months for the ACA, But No Effect on Employer Mandate

The past 18 months have been a confusing time for employers— particularly when it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Although many people thought Congress would “repeal and replace” the ACA in 2017, it didn’t happen. Instead, employers have been left scrambling to understand what changes have been made to reshape existing ACA law, […]

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You’re Invited to our Affordable Care Act 201 Educational Webinar Series

Summer is the perfect time to get up to speed on what the ACA means for US employers! Whether you’re brand new to the rules of the Affordable Care Act or just in need of a refresher, join us for an information-packed Affordable Care Act 201 educational webinar series in July and August. We’ll fill you […]

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Affordable Care Act: Do all US employers care?

After a turbulent first year with the new administration in charge, the ACA Employer Mandate still stands and therefore so do all the IRS reporting requirements around it. As the 2017 reporting year comes to a close and we’re already into the 2018 reporting year, here are some interesting observations we have made since we […]

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