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Affordable Care Act for Part-Time Employees: What Employers Need to Know

If you’re a business with part-time employees, you might wonder what options you have for them in terms of health insurance coverage. Many employers don’t offer part-time health insurance, but what if you want to? Or you’re curious what rules are in the Affordable Care Act for part-time employees? Even though the ACA has been […]

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2019 ACA Compliance Checklist for Employers

If you are a US employer with 50 or more full-time employees, you must (still) comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and file forms 1095-C (the year-end summary of payroll data for each full-time employee) with the IRS every year along with a summary 1094-C. These forms go beyond quarterly data and require a […]

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Latest ACA Replacement Not Looking Any More Promising Than Previous Efforts

The latest tweaks to a healthcare bill intended as the existing ACA replacement doesn’t look any more promising than the preceding bill. One of several contentious topics is whether pre-existing conditions have enough protection in the new bill. There were just enough changes for the American Health Care Act (AHCA) to pass through the house, […]

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ACA Math for Special Unpaid Absences: Crediting Leave for FMLA, Jury and Military Duty

In its regulations for enforcing the Affordable Care Act, the IRS singles out three situations of unpaid absence from the job that all employers who must be ACA-compliant need to take into account when tracking an employee’s eligibility for health insurance: Absence to serve on a jury Absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 […]

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How to Convert Non-Hourly Compensation to ACA Service Hours

When there are compensation programs that are based on output rather than hours, the tracking of time toward an employee’s eligibility for health insurance can be a challenge for an employer required to comply with the Affordable Care Act. In these situations, IRS regulations for ACA enforcement require an employer to find a “reasonable” method […]

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