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Decision Point

Decision Point: Your Online Tool for Health Care Reform

Welcome to SBAM® Decision Point!

This comprehensive set of tools and valuable information will help you navigate the Affordable Care Act's impact on your small business.

“SBAM’s Decision Point tool for health care reform puts all the information a small business owner needs in one easy to access location, not to mention the tools to help drive better decision-making.  It’s great to have a reliable, trusted source on the Affordable Care Act.”

- Cynthia Kay, Cynthia Kay & Co Media Production, Member Since 2004

What Will I Have Access To With SBAM's Decision Point?

Our team of experts has compiled all of the information business owners like you need to understand and comply with the Affordable Care Act*, and to help guide you through the decisions you will be faced with.  Rely on SBAM to have the most up-to-date information on this changing law, to keep you informed of everything related to health care reform, and to help you make important decisions about your company and your employees.

Here's what you'll find:
  • Full-Time Equivalent Employee* Calculator
  • Tax Credit Subsidy Calculator
  • Complete Timeline for ACA Implementation
  • Employer Mandate*s
  • Employee/Individual Mandates
  • Potential Penalties
  • Guide to Choosing Health Care for Your Business
Seminars and webinars are helpful, but they are only as good as the information available when they are delivered.  And, how can you be sure that the information you find through Internet search tools is accurate?  The implementation of the Affordable Care Act is not static - new regulations continue to be released by the federal government’s Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service.  Our promise to you is that we will keep this tool and information current so that you have the best and most reliable information available when you need it.*

Health Care Reform News

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    Employer mandate provision delayed until 2015

    The requirement that businesses provide their workers with health insurance or face fines – a key provision contained in President Barack Obama's widespread health care law – will be delayed until January 1, 2015, after the congressional elections in 2014. [ 07/04/2013 ]
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    Summary of Benefits and Coverage

    According to new regulations of the PPACA, a Summary of Benefits & Coverage must be provided to employers and individuals “when shopping for coverage, enrolling in coverage, at each new plan year, and within seven business days of requesting a copy from their health insurance issuer or group health plan." [ 12/12/2012 ]
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    Will temporary employees be covered under the Affordable Care Act?

    The fast answer is “likely.”  Beginning in 2014, large employers—i.e., those with at least 50 full-time employees working at least 30 hours weekly or 130 hours monthly, on average—who want to offer group health insurance must extend that coverage to these employees or pay a penalty. [ 10/04/2012 ]
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    New health FSA employee contribution cap fast approaching

    Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("PPACA"), employee contributions to health flexible spending account (health "FSA") plans are limited to $2,500 starting with the first plan year beginning on or after January 1, 2013. [ 09/18/2012 ]
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    New guidance on determining "full-time employees" under health care reform

    Many key provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("PPACA") become effective beginning in 2014.  These include, among others, provisions for shared responsibility of employers regarding health coverage. [ 09/11/2012 ]
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