Apart from political controversies, the introduction of the Affordable Care Act has opened up questions about liability. Specifically, small and medium-size employers who find it less expensive to use services like Professional Employer Organizations to administer their employee benefits may still be liable for infractions under the act.

Although the government has made some recent provisions in terms of who can or should be administering the ACA’s requirements, questions about liability remain.

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