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Affordable Care Act Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the Affordable Care Act impact my business?
Many provisions of the Affordable Care Act are already in force, while additonal rules will continue to be phased in over the coming months.
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What is a Full-Time Employee?
Generally speaking, any employee who averages at least 30 hours per week is considered a Full-Time Employee under the Affordable Care Act.
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What actions do I need to take to keep my business compliant with the Affordable Care Act?
Your responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act will depend on the size of your business.
Employers with 1 to 49 Full-Time Employees
Your are considered a Small Employer under the Affordable Care Act.
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Employers with 50 or more Full-Time Employees
Your are considered a Large Employer under the Affordable Care Act.
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News & Updates

ACA Reporting Delayed 12/29/2015

On Monday, December 28, 2015, the Internal Revenue Service announced in Notice 2016-4 that employers will have additional time to file annual reports required under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA").

source: Ford & Harrison LLP

Are you an Applicable Large Employer? 11/16/2015

Find out if your business is subject to the employer shared responsibility provisions of the Affordable Care Act and related information reporting requirements.

source: IRS

The Penalty For Reimbursing an Employee for Individual Healthcare Coverage 4/24/2015

Health care arrangements set up under a section 105 reimbursement plan can’t reimburse health insurance premiums for private plans purchased by the employee. Employers who reimburse employees for individual non-group health plans face a $100 a day or $36,500 per year, per employee excise tax.

source: IRS