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5 Resources to Stay ACA Compliant

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Free Resources to Stay ACA Compliant

A lot has changed in the world of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act since the beginning of the 2014 calendar year.  Here are some resources that can help your organization stay up to date:

  1. The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Small Business Majority are holding a free weekly webinar series that covers the Affordable Care Act. Click here to sign up.
  2. The IRS has released an updated fact sheet that details the new requirements set forth by the “individual mandate” provision of the ACA. The individual mandate requires every individual to have minimum essential health coverage for each month. Those who fail to comply face penalties and fees. The fact sheet can be found here. 
  3. The IRS has also updated its FAQs about the Employer Shared Responsibility provisions and “Play or Pay” requirements. The new section includes FAQs about dependents, interns, premium tax credits and penalties, and seasonal employees vs seasonal workers. Click here to view the IRS FAQ. 
  4. HealthCare.gov released a Full-time equivalent (FTE) employee calculator that can be found here. This is a great tool for finding out if your organization qualifies for the Small Business Health Options Program.
  5. Having trouble staying up-to-date on ACA developments? HR360 can provide you with the daily updates you need to stay compliant. Nonstop is currently offering free subscriptions to HR360 which features a massive HR library that includes HR apps, tools, forms, posters, news, and alerts on human resources related topics.  

 

Please contact us here if you would like to take advantage of Nonstop's offer for a free subscription to HR360.

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