Michael Z. Stahl recently wrote for Forbes, “a 2014 survey by the National Small Business Association found that small employers spend an average of 13 hours or $1,274 a month just to keep up with Affordable Care Act compliance.”
Read the full article at: www.forbes.com
Stahl goes into the top five compliance issues small businesses struggle with, including the employer mandate, tax credits, employer versus individual plans, and a lack of support resources.
“Failing to take the time to understand and meet ACA requirements for your small business health insurance, as well as take advantage of some of its benefits, could impact your company’s budget and growth, not to mention your ability to attract and retain quality employees. Ease this burden by working with a knowledgeable, licensed insurance agent who can guide you through the complexities of this situation. It’s a win-win for you and for your employees.”
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