The most significant changes to our healthcare system came through insurance regulatory changes, and when comes to insurance post Affordable Care Act, the individual marketplace lays the groundwork for the group marketplace. Many American’s are receiving premium increases. Premium changes in the ACA state based marketplaces are driven by many new factors. The most important…
This site was developed to be a fact finder and truth teller about one of the largest laws passed in United States history. Right now, the Affordable Care Act is still being fine-tuned by the executive branch making it a moving target. Many rules were written over the course of 2012 but only recently were they released.
Additional regulations will be coming in the future and expect a volatile 2013 as small businesses all over the country struggle to disseminate said regulations.
Fortunately for you, E.D. Bellis has your back.
Compliance with new laws like the ACA will challenge business.
- The regulatory floodgate burst on November 20, 2012 releasing guidance on new regulations regarding the determination of full-time workers and essential health benefits.
- Taxes are going up in 2013 regardless of what happens with the fiscal cliff because the Affordable Care Act introduces 19 new taxes that will impact businesses and many are unaware.
- Even more troublesome will be the new hidden taxes of compliance which will challenge small and mid-sized businesses and they need to begin preparing now.