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Health Care Reform is Constitutional … Now What?

In June of 2012, the Supreme Court upheld most provisions of The Affordable Care Act. As a result of this decision, the experts are saying that businesses need to prepare for the upcoming changes; most of which will take effect in 2014. The problem is that there is little guidance and a lot of confusion about how companies should and must comply with the law. If you google health care reform and employer contribution requirements right now, you will be directed to several websites that talk about employer penalties, affordable coverage, health care exchanges and actuarial value of coverage. What you won’t find are details on what this means to you and your company.

Up to now, most of the requirements under health care reform have been facilitated by the insurance providers. Make no mistake, however, employers will be held responsible if they are not compliant with the massive regulations. It is more important than ever to partner with a company that can help you navigate the complexities of this law as we gear up for 2014.

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