The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA — also known as “Obama Care”) passed in 2010 continues to raise numerous questions for firm owners and employees alike.
The AIA Trust has assembled numerous resources to help answer your questions, including fact sheets about grandfathered plans, Health Savings Accounts, and employee architect options. The AIA Trust will continue to update and add resources as the legislative landscape changes.
- Affordability Percentages Increasing in 2019: in May, the IRS issued Revenue Procedure 2018-34 to index the contribution percentages in 2019 for purposes of determining affordability of an employers’ plan under the Affordable Care Act. For important information on these contributions, click here to read this article from Hodge, Hart & Schleifer.
- April 2018 AIA Trust Healthcare Update
- Kaiser Foundation (KFF) latest insights on national health issues and health reform.
- Seven questions to consider when buying or renewing healthcare coverage.
- A summary of the Affordable Care Act provisions.
- To prepare for 2018, employers should review upcoming 2018 ACA requirements in this Hodge, Hart & Schleifer summary and develop a compliance strategy.
- Update on how legislation affects small firm health insurance coverage options.
- A Fact Sheet for employee architects about alternatives to healthcare coverage and FAQs.
- A new fact sheet about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and why you may want to consider them.
- Find out how Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) or accounts compare to HSAs by clicking here.
- AIA Trust summary of health care provisions
- Find out if you have a health plan with “Grandfathered Status”—and what that means to you and your firm.
- US Department of Health & Human Services key features of the ACA.
- AIA Trust Healthcare Coverage page lists the benefit plans and services offered to AIA Members.