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Get the details on ACA’s employer-shared responsibility and how to avoid potential penalties.
Know the IRS reporting requirements, deadlines and non-compliance penalties for applicable large employers.
Under IRS and U.S. Treasury Department regulations, new seasonal employees are not considered "full-time," benefits-eligible even if they are expected to work 30 or more hours per...
Understand the characteristics of primary ACA controlled group types and how this impacts your applicable large employer status.
In order to avoid potential penalties, it is important for applicable large employers (ALEs) to understand how to determine which employees are considered “full-time” under the...
Applicable large employers (ALEs) are companies with an average of 50 or more full time equivalent employees (FTEs) on business days in the prior calendar year. In order to...