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Types of Coverages Subject to W-2 Reporting

Posted by Tom Stonebraker on Feb 29, 2012 12:00:00 PM

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) requires employers to report the aggregate cost of employer-sponsored group health coverage on employees’ Forms W-2. The purpose of the reporting requirement is to inform employees about the cost of their health coverage. The reporting does not cause employees’ health coverage to become taxable to them.

Most employers are more than willing to let their employees know how much their benefits cost but they aren't sure what needs to be reported.  So attached is a "Health Care Reform Legislative Brief" that we provide to our customers so they know the answer to that question.

Click Here for an easy to read and understand chart of what need to be reported.

Topics: Obamacare, PPACA, Healthcare Reform, W-2, W2

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