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Employers struggling with ACA reporting requirements - Benefit News

Dec 2, 2016

Brian M. Kalish writes for Benefit News about the enormous penalities for which employers are on the line if they do not stay in compliance with the Affordable Care Act.

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“Employers have been penalized nearly $31 billion in 2016 for violations of the Affordable Care Act health insurance mandates, a recent Accenture study found, providing more opportunity for brokers to provide assistance…. A recent study by Deloitte’s tax arm found that the information required to be filed can be difficult for clients to obtain. Sixty-percent of respondents to a Deloitte survey reported it has been a challenge to get answers to technical questions, as employers lack the resources to handle the compliance responsibilities of the new reporting requirements, the study found.”

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