The reporting requirements for the Affordable Care Act will remain in effect for the 2017 reporting period, which covers 2016. Any legislative actions regarding repeal of the ACA will have a delay in full implementation. For now, the reporting requirements remain in place and the IRS and Treasury Department have published some guidelines about how to determine your number of full-time employees if you use temporary seasonal workers.
The Employer Shared Responsibility Provision details who is an "Applicable Large Employer" for purposes of the requirement to provide health insurance coverage. An applicable large employer (ALE) has over 50 full-time employees.
A business can use seasonal workers and part-time employees without becoming an ALE if the number of employees over the 50 full-time limit is for under 120 days in a calendar year. So if seasonal workers are hired for harvest season or the holiday season, and their numbers bring the totals to over 50 for less than 120 days in the course of the year, a business is not an applicable large employer.
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