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2016 Draft Budget

FINAL 2015 RESULTS

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2014 END OF YEAR RESULTS

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Employers - FAQs:

My sister has a restaurant in Texas. She only has 6 employees. Does the health care law require her to provide insurance?

The health care law does not require your sister to provide insurance. However, it will provide your sister with tax credits if she chooses to provide insurance to her employees.

A new small business health care tax credit provides a 35% tax credit on health premiums, with the credit increasing to 50% in 2014. Your sister’s restaurant is one of about 4 million firms that will be eligible for this tax credit. 

Information for small employers is now available at: http://www.healthcare.gov/using-insurance/employers/small-business/index.html

Am I required to offer insurance to my employees?

No. There is not a so-called “employer mandate” in the legislation.

Employer information is now available at: http://www.healthcare.gov/news/factsheets/2011/08/small-business.html

Are there small business tax increases in the health care law?

No.  In fact, small businesses get tax breaks for health insurance rather than tax increases under the law.

Learn More: Affordable Care Act offers tax credits and cost savings

What if my small business doesn’t offer insurance today, but I choose to start offering insurance. Will I be eligible for the health care tax credits?

Yes. The tax credit is designed to both support those small businesses that provide coverage today, as well as those that newly offer such coverage.

Learn more: Affordable Care Act offers tax credits and cost savings

Do businesses have to offer healthcare insurance to families who are already covered elsewhere?

Under the Affordable Care Act, there is no requirement that businesses provide health insurance for their employees. 

Under the law’s employer responsibility provision, if a large employer does not provide affordable health insurance - and an employee of that organization uses a tax credit to help pay for insurance through an Exchange -  the employer must pay a fee to help cover the cost of the tax credits.  These rules apply only to employers with at least 50 full-time equivalent employees. (To read relevant portions of the law, go to the Affordable Care Act (PDF – 2.6 MB) and search on “1513\4980H”.)

Smaller employers are not subject to these penalties. Instead, small employers are eligible for tax credits that can make coverage more affordable.  Businesses with 25 or fewer employees may qualify for these credits.

Learn more about small business tax credits.

I have heard that the Affordable Care Act contains a provision for wellness program grants to small businesses. Where can I learn more?

HHS recently announced a program to support workplace wellness initiatives, using funding from the Affordable Care Act’s Prevention and Public Health Fund. 

Learn more about the workplace program.

For flexible spending accounts (FSAs), what is the maximum allowable employee contribution per year?

For 2012 and earlier years, there is no specific limit on the amount of money you or your employer can contribute to an FSA (also sometimes called a Flexible Spending Arrangement). But the plan must prescribe either a maximum dollar amount or maximum percentage of compensation that can be contributed to your FSA. 

Generally, if you don’t use all of the money you’ve contributed by the end of the plan year, you lose that money (although your employer may allow a grace period of up to 2 months after the end of the plan year for employees to use the money). For this reason, it’s important to base your contribution on an estimate of the qualifying expenses you will have during the year.

For 2013, a $2,500 limit takes effect as required by the Affordable Care Act.

 

 

 

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