The Affordable Care Act represents a monumental change in the delivery of health care in the United States. After withstanding a constitutional challenge, the ACA is on track to maintain its scheduled implementation, although some of its most controversial provisions will not be fully effectuated until a future date. Nonetheless, individuals,employers and taxpayers of all types must prepare for the new system.
Daniel Mazzola examines some of the ACA stipulations including "shared responsibility payments", premium assistance tax credits available to individuals and qualifying small businesses, exchanges where health insurance can be purchased, equirements for large employers and the cost/levels of coverage for NYS residents.
Daniel G. Mazzola is an investment advisory representative with American Portfolios Advisors Incorporated. Mr. Mazzola is a Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner. He has written for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants' CPA Journal,Trusted Professional and Tax Stringer publications, and has been approved by the NYS Department of Education to teach classes on social security retirement benefits and age-weighted qualified retirement plans to CPAs for continuing education credits. He is registered financial advisor with/the NFL Players Association.
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