What The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Means for Your Business

Stergio, Tony; Myers, Andrews
March 2013
Cornerstone;Spring2013, p8
An interview with Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, John Boehner is presented. When asked about employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), he reflected that employer mandate of the ACA applies to employers working with 50 or more employees. He said that employer mandate requires employers to offer a minimum level of affordable health insurance to all full-time employees. He informed that the penalty for not providing insurance is 2,000 dollars per employee.


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