Tax Provisions of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Field of Study:
The landmark legislation known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), signed into law in 2010, is likely to affect virtually every person and institution in the United States in some way. It imposes healthcare-related requirements on health plans, health insurers, employers and individuals.
In addition to imposing various tax increases to increase revenue, the PPACA uses a carrot and stick approach to ensure compliance with its provisions, offering tax credits for compliance and imposing tax penalties for non-compliance. This course will review the principal provisions of the law and will examine its tax impact on individuals and businesses.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- List the principal healthcare provisions of the PPACA;
- Identify the tax credits for which small businesses may be eligible when sponsoring employee health plans;
- Recognize the shared responsibility requirements for applicable employers regarding employee health coverage;
- Recognize the tax penalties imposed under the PPACA for an employer’s failure to meet the applicable shared responsibility requirements; and
- Identify the tax credits and tax penalties designed to help ensure that individuals meet the requirement to maintain minimum essential coverage.
General understanding of federal income taxation.
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Final examination expiration date:
The program participant will have one year from the date of purchase to complete the course and final examination.
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