Health Care Reform


Informed decisions that save money and ensure compliance? Now that is healthy.

Informed decisions that save money and ensure compliance? Now that is healthy.

Health care reform impacts everyone, including businesses. Employers with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees have special requirements, and staying in compliance is crucial. Health care reform specialists can help you make sense of your options so you avoid penalties and feel confident you're making the best decisions for your company.


Eide Bailly understands the complexity of the ACA, and we have the experience and tools to help. From providing an analysis of health insurance costs to employer reporting requirement compliance and ACA consulting, we have you covered. We'll go beyond the numbers to become your trusted advisors so you can focus on running your business.

Latest Insights

December 29, 2017
The IRS announced that they will be extending the 2018 due date for employers and providers to distribute 2017 individual health coverage forms.
November 21, 2017
The IRS has issued a sample Letter 226J that will start going to Applicable Large Employers (ALE's) that had a full-time employee receive a Premium Tax Credit (PTC) and that employee was not offered affordable and adequate health insurance.
November 16, 2017
Recently, the IRS revised their FAQs on the Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions under the ACA.
November 8, 2017
Complying with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) can be confusing for businesses, but compliance is necessary to avoid steep penalties.
October 2, 2017
This video outlines common costly mistakes made by employers when trying to comply with the Affordable Care Act.
September 15, 2017
Discussions regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act continue, but notifications and filing requirements to comply remain in place.

U.S. House Passes American Health Care Act of 2017

On Thursday, May 4, 2017, the House passed the revised AHCA bill (H.R. 1628) with the "yes" votes coming in at 217, one vote more than the 216 needed. Now it's the Senate's turn to decide whether they will accept H.R. 1628 as written, or make amendments to the bill. There’s some new language and compliance is still necessary. This article explains.


Tonya M. Rule
Tonya M. Rule
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