Major new requirements and obligations under the Affordable Care Act go into effect in 2014. Many individuals and employers are only vaguely aware of them; fewer still appear to be aware of how to react. The Internal Revenue Service itself seems to be engaged in issuing just-in-time guidance that is critically needed by individuals and employers to start making preparations now, for the changes that will take place in 2014. In some cases, steps may be taken to minimize the cost of compliance; in other situations, simply preparing the resources necessary to cover the additional costs that may be imposed is critical.
Tax Strategy: 2014 Affordable Care Act Provisions Begin to Get Noticed
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