The role of benefit advisers has been evolving since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. Another requirement was recently added to their job description now that most Americans must get health coverage or pay a penalty: helping clients file their taxes.

“They’re looking for professional assistance,” says Bryan Koch, a Memphis, Tenn.-based managing director at CBIZ. “This is a new area you have to stay on top of.”

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