Insurance Carrier Anxiety Grows Over Supreme Court Case King v. Burwell

By Patrick Beale, CPA, CIC If the “Shock and Awe” premium rate increases of 2014 weren’t bad enough, there could be even higher future premium increases if the Supreme Court decides to defund much of the existing federal subsidies provided under the Affordable Care Act. The American Academy of Actuaries… Read More»

All-Risk vs. Named Peril Commercial Property Insurance

Most business owners recognize the need for commercial property insurance. Commercial property insurance helps all different kinds of businesses pay to replace or repair buildings and property in the event of a fire, storm, wind or other incident covered by the policy. Without proper protection, your company could suffer financial… Read More»

Year-end Alert: W-2 Reporting of Health Care Coverage Cost

If you are an employer and have filed more than 250 W-2 Forms during 2014, then you are required to report the total cost of employer-sponsored health benefits on your employees’ Form W-2. This ACA requirement took place for large employers for the 2012 tax year, with small employers being… Read More»