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  • New IRS regulations address a quirk in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance marketplace known as the “family glitch” and may provide relief for employees covering family members on group health insurance plans. Specifically, covered family members may be eligible for subsidies under the ACA on individual plans. Join Marsh McLennan Agency to learn about the “family glitch” changes and how they may benefit your family.

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  • Find answers here to some of the most frequently asked questions that nonprofits have about the Adffordable Care Act. (National Council of Nonprofits)

  • The number of staff at a nonprofit determines which provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) it must follow. Specifically, whether your nonprofit has 50 or more "full-time equivalent employees" (as defined in the ACA) dictates which version of Form 1095 you must complete and determines eligibility to apply for a "small employer health care tax credit." 

  • Jeanne Canina Tedrow, President & CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

    Happy New Year – 2019!

  • Employer Health Care Arrangements - The IRS released Notice 2015-17 containing long hoped for penalty relief and guidance regarding employer medical reimbursement arrangements.

  • Many nonprofits have been wondering how to claim the small employer health care tax credit. Get answers from the IRS website--Small Business Health Care Tax Credit Questions and Answers: How to Claim the Credit  (en español).

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