Are you ready for the ACA?

What is your potential ACA penalty liability?

So you know what the Affordable Care Act is, but do you know how it affects your company?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is sweeping across the United States making itself an important issue within large corporations. With new IRS reporting that demands extensive information from companies with 50+ full-time employees, as defined by the ACA, companies must now define how they are going to compile, analyze, and report the information needed to remain compliant.

Have you calculated your potential penalty liability? Our chart above shows how penalties can add up fast. If those numbers are not scary enough, you are liable for the total penalty amount regardless of the amount of employees that are found non-compliant. Put simply, if you have one employee that is found non-compliant, you are liable for the full penalty amount based on your total full-time employee count.

What can you do to remain ACA compliant?

Several sectors from benefit management to payroll to compliance companies have created solutions to fit your needs. The best solution is one that fits your risk management standpoint and cost benefit options. Join us on August 25, 1:00 PM EST for our ACA Webinar to learn more about your options and actions you can take to remain ACA compliant.


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  1. Mr. di Santos-I would encourage you to look a liltte further into our other postings about the effect that Obamacare will have on small businesses. You may find that your startup business will be unaffected by Obamacare the requirement to provide health care to employees is only applicable for businesses that employ 50 or more employees. Unless you plan to start with 50 or more employees, you should be fine. Furthermore, if you already feel that it is your responsibility to provide health care to your employees, the ACA may not affect you, except to possibly increase the market price of health insurance. If you have any further questions about this matter, please feel free to contact us directly. Thanks.-Lohse & Kreuter, PLLC

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