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Enhanced Resources Support Affordable Care Act Regulations

To prepare school districts for new regulations put in place by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), Skyward has enhanced resources available in its School Business Suite.
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 To prepare school districts for new regulations put in place by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), Skyward has enhanced resources available in its School Business Suite. Designed to help administrators plan, track and report district data, enhancements include an employee hour-tracking function, integrated IRS forms and tools for detailed forecasting and analysis of employee records.

To learn more how school districts can prepare for the ACA, a white paper from Skyward is available at www.skyward.com/prepareforACA or visit Skyward at ISTE 2015 in booth #1201.

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