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Affordable Care Act (ACA) Repeal and Replace Efforts – Where are we at? What are Employers to do?

Efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – also known as Obamacare - have created quite a few shake-ups and discussions these past few months, culminating in the first “real” replacement legislation, named the American Health Care Act (AHCA), being pulled after Republicans were unable to agree on the details. So, for […]

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Are Payroll and Benefits Programs Part of Your Digital Transformation?

Advancements in technology are changing the way we do business on so many levels. Many businesses are using more advanced management solutions to optimize operations throughout their organization. If you are among the many businesses in the midst of a digital transformation, don’t overlook payroll and benefits management. Businesses of all sizes and in nearly […]

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What Does the ACA Executive Order Mean for Businesses Today?

The intent has been made clear that President Trump intends to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Executive Order signed in late January indicates that changes are coming, although it’s still unclear what those changes will mean for business in the future. What is clear is that ACA has not been repealed […]

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New Year and New Growth Leads to New Legislation

As we start this new year, many businesses are considering making changes to drive growth. While you might consider hiring new talent to keep up with these changes, be aware that when your headcount hits a certain number, there will likely be new legislation to consider. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), for example, triggers compliance […]

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HealthBack Strengthens ACA Compliance Efforts With Technology

Specialized staff at HealthBack provide personalized home health services to homebound patients in four states, operating out of 36 branch locations. Nearly 800 employees work across multiple branches and each may work part or full time, hourly or salary, temporary or on call—which creates complications for payroll and Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting. While it […]

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Employer ACA Penalties Could Reach $31 Billion

Eligible employers may soon face expensive penalties for Affordable Care Act (ACA) noncompliance. Research indicates ACA penalties are going to hurt during the upcoming 2016 tax reporting period. Accenture researchers revealed penalties could be attributed to employers that are “unintentionally non-compliant,” meaning they offer health coverage, but fail to meet IRS reporting requirements. Don’t get […]

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Affordable Care Act Changes, Not A Repeal – Yet

Although there are plenty of headlines suggesting President-Elect Trump could repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it hasn’t happened yet. In the meantime, businesses must continue to comply with the existing legislation. However, the IRS has made a slight change in deadlines and extended the good faith penalty relief to the 2016 information […]

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Put ACA Compliance Plans Under Microscope Before DOL Does It for You

Many businesses are wondering just how compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) may change after the recent election. While the exact changes have yet to be determined, businesses should not sit back and wait, but rather keep moving forward based on the ACA legislation that is in place today. It is also a good […]

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How to Avoid ACA Penalties and Stay OFF the IRS Radar

Navigating the Affordable Care Act (ACA) can be complicated and confusing for many companies, not to mention distracting. On top of that, there are severe penalties for noncompliance. Your business leaders and accounting team need to stay focused on core business tasks, not wasting time trying to figure out how to stay ACA compliant. ACA […]

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Employers Take Note – The Definition of Full-Time Employee Has Changed

Most employees and businesses have often considered ‘full-time’ to mean a traditional 40-hour work week. However, for the purposes of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting, the definition of ‘full-time employee’ has been reclassified to 30 hours of service per week. In addition, employers must also calculate and include the hours of service which may […]

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