Businesses preparing for ACA stunned at penalty suspension

July 2013
njbiz;7/8/2013, p3
The article focuses on the confusion facing U.S. businesses following the decision of the administration of President Barack Obama to suspend until 2015 the penalties imposed by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on employers with over 50 workers who do not offer health insurance to full timers.


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