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What You Need to Know About ACA to Avoid IRS Penalties

Are you a small business that is growing and expanding at a great rate of speed? Have you been adding employees or have over 50 employees? Welcome to the world of the Affordable Care Act. All employers with 50 or more employees must comply with the ACA. So, what does that mean for you? You […]

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Employer Compliance with ACA Starts with Counting

Employer compliance with the Affordable Care Act starts with counting. Counting an employee’s hours per week. Counting an employee’s hours per month. Counting an employee’s hours when they may not even be on the job. Counting an employee’s hours when you don’t compensate them according to time. Miss a step in any of these counts […]

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ACA Changes Aren’t Over; Monitor and Maintain Info for 2016

As the inaugural year for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is coming to a close, it is imperative to look towards the future. The ACA environment is dynamic and ever changing. As many employers have focused on a Good Faith Effort (GFE), many have neglected to look towards the horizon; the 2016 filing season. Even […]

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To Really Be ACA-compliant, Employers Have To Show They Did Their Homework

  There are two students: one is an A student and other is failing. As the teacher, you look first at their tests and see that both students are passing every test. You scratch your head and wonder why one is failing. As you research further, you realize that the failing student isn’t turning in […]

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Everything a Not-For-Profit Needs to Know About Affordable Care Act Reporting

Time is running out for not-for-profits to determine how they will report information for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Many not-for-profits are at a higher risk for ACA penalties because they employ many part-time, seasonal or low-wage workers. Any organization that has 50 or more full-time equivalent employees must report to the IRS or face […]

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