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What does ACA repeal mean for hospitality?

For six years Republicans have promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Now it appears that the new administration is set to do so. As a result, across the health

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Healthcare 101: Key Buzzwords Defined

The health care reform measure that was signed into law in 2010 contributed dozens of new buzz-phrases to the vernacular of health care, including employer mandate, individual mandate, Cadillac plans, and full-time equivalents (FTEs).

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ACA: Nothing changes in 2017

The ACA Employer Mandate / Employer Penalty, originally set to begin in 2014, was delayed until 2015 / 2016. ObamaCare’s “employer mandate” is a requirement that all businesses with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees (FTE) provide health insurance to at least 95% of their full-time employees and dependents up to age 26, or pay a fee. ($2,000 per employee)

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Restaurants get big health care win

Restaurants and other small businesses scored a major victory Thursday when the Senate followed the House’s lead and passed the Protecting Affordable Coverage for Employees (PACE) Act.

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Health care built for restaurants

When open enrollment season for health care programs looms over employers, many look for new ways to save money while providing the best insurance products for their business and employees.

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Restaurant industry continues to push for ACA changes

Friday’s Supreme Court decision upholding a major element of the Affordable Care Act ensures that the ACA remains the law of the land — but it doesn’t take away from the need for Congress to make reasonable, common-sense changes to the law, the National Restaurant Association said.

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Getting ACA Compliant for 2016

Health insurance for hospitality: The H.I.H.I.T. program is a way for association members to purchase medical and dental insurance plans designed specifically for the hospitality industry and their employees.

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Is the ACA Driving You Crazy?

If you’re an employer in the hospitality industry who’s ripping their hair out over the Affordable Care Act, then HIHIT may be the answer to all your health insurance problems.

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Are You Ready for 2016? HIHIT Can Help

Are you having trouble finding group insurance plans that fit your needs as a hospitality employer? H.I.H.I.T. specializes in providing health insurance to restaurant and hotel employers.

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HIHIT: Meeting Restaurants’ Insurance Needs

HIHIT: Insurance plans managed by people who know the restaurant industry and tailored to provide you with the flexibility you need to succeed.

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Healthcare for 2016: Problem Solved

HIHIT is the restaurant owner’s best option for health insurance. Here are 5 reasons why.

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Public vs. private health care exchanges: Understanding the difference

With the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate in effect, nearly all Americans are required to purchase health insurance or face a possible tax penalty. More people are turning to “exchanges,” also known as marketplaces, to buy plans.

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Affordable Care Act: What’s next?

Make no mistake about it. No matter what size your restaurant may be, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 will impact the way you run your business during 2015 and beyond.

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Are you ready for new health-care reporting requirements?

The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service have released draft forms that give businesses some idea about the voluminous data they’ll need to start tracking in 2015 under the Affordable Care Act, for reporting to the IRS and employees starting in early 2016.