If you run a business, you’ve no doubt been keeping up with the ongoing changes and updates associated with the Affordable Care Act—or trying to, at least. The ACA was intended to improve the quality, availability, and affordability of health insurance, but it has caused a lot of confusion for employers trying to understand the changing rules and to ensure their practices comply with the law.
The ACA states that employers with 50 or more full-time-equivalent employees (FTEs) must offer group health insurance plans to their employees. It might sound pretty cut-and-dried, but what you may not realize is that you have options beyond the typical employer-sponsored group plan that we’ve all gotten so used to.
Want to find out what those options are and how you and your employees can benefit from moving away from your traditional group plan? We’ve put together a tip sheet that will serve as your guide to the options available and what they mean for your business and your employees. Click the link below to get your free copy!
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