Health Care Reform
The Affordable Care Act is requiring nonexempt individuals to have minimum essential coverage or to pay the individual shared responsibility payment. On July 24, the IRS released the draft forms that the providers of health care must use to fulfill … read more
The Affordable Care Act has small business owners wondering how to take advantage of this tax credit. So, how do you know if your business qualifies? To qualify for a small business tax credit of up to 50% (35% for … read more
Whenever there is a substantial change in tax law, there are always issues that surface that were, perhaps, not originally anticipated. As previously noted, certain taxpayers may be eligible to receive a premium tax credit for health insurance in 2014. … read more
Do you feel like you are unique? Don’t follow the crowd? Go your own way? Well, if you went against your norm and followed the pack and were one of the 7.1 million people who signed up for health insurance … read more
The Obama administration recently announced a two year extension for individual health insurance policies that do not meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. The cancellation last fall of at least 4.7 million individual policies was one of the … read more
If not, you can get your healthcare coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. But you don’t have much time left! The open enrollment period to purchase health insurance coverage for 2014 through the Health Insurance Marketplace runs until March 31, … read more
Okay, the Affordable Care Act is not really giving back. They are delaying some requirements. That is as close to giving back as the Treasury Department and the IRS can manage. In final regulations that were issued on Monday, February … read more
Yesterday morning, President Obama announced that 2014 sales of previously-canceled individual health plans that don’t meet ACA standards would be allowed to be issues and stay in force for another year. The change will offer a temporary “fix” to the millions … read more
With the recent employer mandate delay, some businesses might be overlooking the requirement to provide a notice to employees about health insurance coverage that may be available through a public exchange prior to October 1, 2013. Employers must provide a … read more
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