Navigating Health Care Reform

Get the resources you need to comply with Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements.

Even employers who do not provide health benefits to their employees need to pay attention to health care reform, and all employers with a health care plan have compliance requirements to address in the years ahead. It can be difficult to know where to begin – Aflac can help you navigate benefits options in the changing health care landscape.


Make sense of business size under the Affordable Care Act

Business size is one of several important factors that determine which parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) apply to your business. Though it may seem like a straightforward topic, business size is defined and applied in multiple ways, so it’s not a cut and dry issue. Find out the general details to help you determine the number of employees your business has, and which parts of the law apply to your business.

Reporting of Employer Sponsored Coverage

Employers with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees are required to submit informational reporting about their employee health care coverage to the IRS. This article covers a general overview of the requirement and need-to-know details for employers to begin preparing for compliance.


There are many new considerations for employers. Stay up on important details without having to read pages of legislation. Below you will find fact sheets for key issues that may impact your business.

Benefits delivery options

Employers have several options to provide major medical insurance coverage for their employees in the new health care reform environment. Learn more about these options, and how they compare.