While the legislation has received a lot of attention, there remains much to learn about its impact to businesses large and small alike. Rehmann can help clients by providing assistance with calculations as well as helping to understand the mandate and changes to the law.
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Among the key services Rehmann provides:
- Helping companies deal with the ACA’s tax impact
- Consulting on Measurement Period issues
- Financial planning/consultation regarding future employee coverage costs and investigation of strategies to manage and control costs
Rehmann also works with employee benefit consultants to address issues related to the ACA and employee benefits:
- Addressing health plan design, funding/pricing changes and employee awareness/communication requirements that result from insurance reforms and other new provisions
- Helping identify and tend to workforce planning implications of new eligibility and coverage provisions
To learn more, read about the Health Benefits Alternatives Consulting services we provide.
Introducing my aca partner
The ACA has employers asking a lot of questions about reporting compliance.
To help companies get answers, Rehmann has partnered with Apple Growth Partners who created my aca partner to guide employers through the complexities of health care reform.
Although there have been a number of recent administrative delays enacted that impact the ACA, employers need to continue to plan for it.
Implementing the ACA’s sweeping changes will require careful attention to upcoming deadlines and the work required to meet them. One of the biggest milestones yet is when the Health Insurance Marketplace went into effect October 1. Mere months from now, on January 1, 2014, the individual mandate goes into effect, along with refundable and advanceable tax credits to individuals and families, small business tax credit expansion and more.
Even for those dedicated individuals administering the new program, there are still questions and matters to work out.
Updates on the ACA