A business guide to surviving the Affordable Care Act
Capital BlueCross | 09.17.13
The idea of health care reform, under the Affordable Care Act, is no longer new. It's law. But many details about how the health care reform law will be carried out remain in question. Just how will health care be overhauled in a way that works for everyone? What will the benefits or penalties be as the finer points continue to be chiseled into place?
Employers, in particular, have nuances and challenges to work through. The law places new responsibilities on employers — those with under 50 employees, and those with over 50 employees. Over time, these just may change the face of employer-provided health care coverage. There may be tax implications or penalties for large and small employers alike. You need to know just how they are tied to that number of 50 employees.
At this time, the health care law itself will continue to unwind through 2018. That means ongoing change these next few years.
Download and print this free booklet on how the Affordable Care Act affects employers.
You'll find key provisions of the Act that could impact your business. You'll find out about the penalties for business owners and how much penalty there could be. Most importantly, you'll get insight into how the health care reform law applies to specific employer/employee situations. And you'll learn how to prepare for them.
Use our employer mandate calculator to estimate any penalties if your business is over the 50 employees mark. Employers have until 2015 to prepare and avoid penalties under the employer mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act.
Employer Deadline to Notify Employees About Health Coverage Options Nears
Regardless of government delays on the employer mandate and income reporting parts of the health care reform law, October 1, 2013 is still a firm deadline to notify employees about the option they have to enroll in a Marketplace health plan.
This resource is provided by Capital BlueCross.
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