obamacare employer mandate

The tax starts in 2018, but many employers are making changes to their health care plans now to avoid the tax in the future.
It's easy to think of the Affordable Care Act as a federal program so big that it is impregnable and impervious to change. But that would be wrong. In fact, there are provisions in the ACA that allow states to change major parts of the law.
2. Obamacare surcharges don't go over well with customers. Surcharges for health insurance aren’t the only additional fees
"At a time when Washington should be working to expand economic opportunities for the middle class, Republican leaders in
Virtually every company in the country, regardless of size, has to comply with certain obligations under Obamacare. But what does that mean for your company?
While it is true that the dominant provisions of the Affordable Care Act apply only to so-called "medium" and "large" employers, there are still several provisions that affect all employers, including small businesses with 50 employees or fewer.
Literally interpreted, a highly paid professional athlete could be provided the same health coverage as the accountant despite
As the dawn of Obamacare draws near, right-wing panic over the Affordable Care Act has reached a boiling point, with more
President Obama’s signature health care law is “a good thing for the country,” Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said in an interview
If premiums for employer-based coverage rise by even $100 a year, another 2.25 million people would be better off, Bhattacharya
Most of the increased spending related to the employer-mandate delay, or $10 billion, is due to penalties that won't be paid
Earlier this month, the Obama administration announced a delay in the implementation of an Affordable Care Act provision
Simply put, the employer-responsibility provision will require some businesses to provide an adequate level of affordable health insurance coverage to their employees or pay a penalty. Calling it a mandate is a bit of a misnomer, because the penalty does not apply to the vast majority of employers.
Wegmans, a beloved northeastern grocery chain with a reputation for treating its workers well, announced on Thursday that it would cut health-care benefits for some part-time employees in 2015, a year after Obamacare goes into full effect.
Critics of health reform's employer responsibility requirement, which says that large employers must offer their workers health coverage or pay a penalty, are incorrectly using a paper we wrote in October 2009 to buttress their case.
For many low-income workers, the Obamacare subsidy to buy coverage may very well be more than the tax credit employees receive
Fast food companies have apparently found another novel way to skirt Obamacare. Fatburger CEO Andy Wiederhorn told CNNMoney
By David Morgan President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law is slated to begin offering health coverage through state
If there's one good thing about the announcement to delay the requirement that employers with more than 50 employees provide their workers with health insurance, it's that it may shine a light on just how little an impact this requirement has on small businesses. Lets look at some statistics.
"Despite delays and missed deadlines, administration officials had repeatedly testified before Congress that they were still