Six Changes for Nonprofits as Results of the Affordable Care Act

Six Changes for Nonprofits as Results of the Affordable Care Act

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A possible victory for the nonprofit sector occurred when nonprofit advocates, led significantly by the National Council of Nonprofits, reminded the White House that its proposed small employer health insurance credit—a tax credit against business earnings—didn’t work for nonprofits, which typically generate little or no profit-like surplus. The White House modified the incentive so that nonprofits could benefit, though at a lower level than for-profit business employers. Nonetheless, it appears that small nonprofit employers—and for-profits as well—were scarce participants in this incentive program, despite the fact that it was an incentive meant to be operational just about immediately after the ACA’s enactment.

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