|March 2010 Health Care Law|
I think this is something every CPA firm has to be on top of. Ideally, one person should be the "go to" person to understand the tax issues, as well as the penalty provisions (IRC 5000A and 4980H), and other employer rules. Clients will likely want objective information from their CPAs and perhaps help in running projections. Auditors will need to know if any discslosures are needed in financial statements.
I have a short article on this topic in the AICPA Tax Insider today (2/14/13) - Health care law presents new opportunities for CPAs. Take a look.
What do you think?