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Health Care Reform: Employer Requirements at a Glance
Apr 7, 2010 . Landmark legislation making major changes to health care insurance practices in the United States was enacted in March 2010. The law .
http://www.shrm.org/Publications/HRNews/Pages/ReformAtGlance.aspx

Health Insurance Overview - FindLaw
Most employers are not required by law to offer health-related benefits to their . However, once an employer offers or provides health benefits -- including .
http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/employment-law-and-human-resources/health-insurance-overview.html

Employer-Provided Health Coverage Informational Reporting ...
Feb 15, 2012 . For years after 2011, employers generally are required to report the cost of health benefits provided on the Form W-2. Transition relief is .
http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=237894,00.html

  1. Taxes Paid When Employing a Nanny

    • Is Employer-Based Health Insurance Worth Saving? - NYTimes.com
      May 22, 2009 . Finally, the group health-insurance premiums employers pay to . In a new system, insurers who cover any two adults should be required to .
      http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/05/22/is-employer-based-health-insurance-worth-saving/

    Child Tax Credit or Dependent Care Account

    • Small Employer Health Insurance
      Texas law allows insurance companies to sell small employer health insurance . Plans with minimum features and coverages required by state law are called .
      http://www.tdi.texas.gov/pubs/consumer/cb040.html

      Employer Obligations > Find Insurance - Employer > Health Connector
      Employers with fewer than 11 full-time-equivalent employees1. Are not required to offer health benefits or a Section 125 Plan; May still want to set up Section .
      https://www.mahealthconnector.org/portal/site/connector/menuitem.50596a4574af0ace505da95c0ce08041

    Employee Benefits

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