Health Care Reform Law
This page includes links to the HCR Law, Regulations, Guidance, Notices, Fact Sheets, FAQs and other Guidance published by Government Agencies. The three government agencies responsible for implementing the health care reform law are Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Internal Revenue Services (IRS).
Unofficial version of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act(“PPACA”; Public Law 111-148) consolidating and amendments made by title X of the Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (“HCERA”; Public Law 111-152). (View PDF)
Internal Revenue Services (IRS)
Delayed Effective Date of HCR Nondiscrimination Rules to Insured Plans.
(IRS Notice 2011-1. 12/22/2010)
Employer-Provided Health Coverage-Not Taxable; Reporting Requirement Optional in 2011
Small Business Tax Credit
View IRS page with multiple links
IRS Notice 2010-44
Changes to FSA Reimbursement Eligibility of OTC Drugs
Tax Consequences of Health Coverage for Children ages 19-27
Department of Labor
For more information about Health Care Reform law from the Department of Labor, please visit their website.
Health & Human Services
For more information about Health Care Reform law from Health & Human Services, please visit their website.