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If you think navigating the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from an employer’s perspective can be intimidating, you’re not alone. With the filing of 1094s and 1095s for the 2015 tax year behind you, HR and benefits professionals are faced with tackling the next ACA compliance hurdle: managing employee subsidy notifications and appeals.

The Federal and some State Exchanges have already begun sending notifications, leaving many organizations to sort through a multitude of additional ACA complexities, not to mention paperwork. Now is the time to make sure you’re prepared to handle this new process of managing subsidy appeals. Why? Because when a subsidy – also known as an Advance Premium Tax Credit – is awarded, it may trigger an IRS fine down the road.

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