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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 1094 B Enrolled

Instructions and Help about Which Form 1094 B Enrolled

I only have an hour, so I have 80 slides. So, I'm going to go through some of this rather quickly, but there are a lot of aspects of healthcare reform that apply to small employers. That's the purpose behind this presentation, to give you a clue if you're a small employer, what you're going to be facing and all the different things that apply to small employers. Some I'm just going to breeze through and maybe point out so you can read it later. Other situations I've undergone hit much harder because I see this day to day in my practice as an attorney. I get anywhere from 100 to 200 questions from various types of employers, both large and small. Healthcare reform is extremely complicated and convoluted, and because of that, it hits all these different areas. You have to beware of the fact that you have to comply now. What's also very interesting is that there are various definitions of a small employer, which makes it rather complicated for the employer mandate. It's going to be anyone who's under 100, only if certain transitional rules apply. So if you're under 100, between 50 to 99, there's a transitional rule that will apply. So the employer mandate doesn't kick in until 2016. Then it jumps back down to 50 in 2016 and after, and for the small employer tax credit, it's only 25 employees. So dealing with certain aspects of healthcare reform, the definition changes and there are all kinds of aspects to this. I'll give you a couple of examples in regard to a full-time employee. If you're determining if you are a large employer, a full-time employee is defined as 120 hours, but for coverage it's defined as 130 hours. It confuses people. There's another definition...