“Employer Shared Responsibility” Under the Affordable Care Act: What it Means for your Small Business Clients
By: Jennifer Villier, JD | Business Law Faculty, WealthCounsel
Are your small business clients ready for Employer Shared Responsibility? The Affordable Care Act introduced new responsibilities for small business owners that, if ignored, could result in significant penalties. Changes that go into effect in 2015 and 2016, specifically the Employer Shared Responsibility payment, could affect your small business clients.
Now is the time to counsel your clients on how they might be affected and help them avoid liability. Get the facts you need on this new requirement.
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