Just over three years ago, Congress enacted legislation that overhauls the U.S. health care system and affects nearly all taxpayers, many employers, and many elements of the health care industry. The legislation contains a host of tax changes, many of which are both complex and novel.
Some of these changes have already gone into effect, others go into effect this year, and still others will take effect in 2014 and 2018. A new article on Thomson Reuters Checkpoint can help you get a fix on the rules that go into effect this year, as well as those looming on the horizon, with a timeline of 2013-2018 tax changes in the health care legislation and a concise summary of each new tax provision. You can download a free copy of the article here.