Minimum essential coverage, other health care reform guidance issued
 

Minimum essential coverage, other health care reform guidance issued

The IRS released a package of guidance on 2010’s health care reform legislation, finalizing proposed regulations on minimum essential coverage, identifying the hardship exemptions from the Sec. 5000A individual shared-responsibility penalty for which individuals are not required to provide exemption certificates, and providing indexing adjustments for certain calculations under the Sec. 36B premium tax credit and Sec. 5000A. Read more on the Journal of Accountancy.