Is Your Nonprofit Ready for the ACA?

September 24, 2013
| by Editor |

As the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) continues to roll out, a new resource may help to provide clarity as to what this all means and how nonprofits can prepare.

Because of the numerous tax provisions included in the ACA, the IRS is overseeing a majority of the law’s implementation (the Department of Health and Human Services also has a major role). And as such, the IRS has created a clearinghouse for ACA news, updates, information and resources: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Affordable-Care-Act-Tax-Provisions-Home.

The information hub is divided into accessible sections for individuals and families, employers (including nonprofit employers), and “other organizations.” This new web site enables you to make correct decisions and prepare for coming deadlines, most urgently: the open enrollment period beginning in October, declaring your business as small or large, and learning all the applicable caveats. Here, the IRS will point you in the right direction with links to official IRS and Healthcare.gov resources.

Also, find information and resources specific to the Georgia exchange as they becomes available at http://healthcarereform.georgia.gov.

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