Jump directly to the content

Affordable Care Act Benefits

Improving quality and lowering costs.

  • Tax credits to make it easier for the middle class to afford insurance will become available for people with income between 100 percent and 400 percent of the poverty line who aren't eligible for other affordable coverage. In 2014, 400 percent of the poverty line is $46,680 for an individual or $95,400 for a family of four. The tax credit is "advanceable," so it can lower premium payments each month, rather than waiting until tax time. It's also refundable, so even moderate-income families can receive the full benefit of the credit. These individuals may also qualify for reduced cost-sharing.
  • Starting in 2014, if your employer doesn't offer insurance, you will be able to buy it directly from the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Log In For Full Access

Interested in becoming a member? Learn more.

Related Topics:
Posted:
  • January 1, 2015

Related ResourcesVisit Store

Smart Money for Church Salaries
Smart Money for Church Salaries
This resource takes you on a journey through real-life case studies to uncover compensation issues and navigate their solutions.
ChurchSalary
ChurchSalary
Let ChurchSalary do the work. Get personalized compensation reports for staff and pastors.
Church Compensation
Church Compensation
Learn the many pieces of employee compensation.
Best Practices for Technology Usage
Best Practices for Technology Usage
Establish policies and best practices to govern the use of technology for church staff.