Posted on 11 Feb 2016
We’ve been preparing for it. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is imposing new numbers on small businesses. Like death and taxes, it’s something we’d like to avoid, but unfortunately we can’t. The best alternative is to be prepared and gain an understanding of its implications for your business.
In our new blog series, ObamaCare Q & A, we’re going to hear from Matthew Lapointe, who is an attorney with Wetherington Hamilton, P.A. in Tampa, FL, www.whhlaw.com. Matthew advises small and mid-size businesses on all areas of business law, including the Affordable Care Act.
Matthew will conduct a series of Q & A’s on ACA compliance to give us insight on who must comply and who doesn’t. He also consulted with us as we developed two ACA reports that will be released soon. We aren’t ACA experts and will defer any questions that you have to your own legal advisors, but our reports will help compile and organize relevant data for companies who use our telephone timekeeping system for their remote employees.
Please check back with us soon for our first Q & A installment in which Matthew will address the ACA compliance issues of owning multiple businesses. You can also subscribe to our blog or follow us on Facebook or Twitter to keep up with all new posts.