Small Business

Tax Credits for Health Insurance

State Tax Credits

K.S.A. 40-2246 allows an income tax credit for some small employers that make qualifying contributions to a small employer health benefit plan or health savings account of an eligible employee. Small employers (defined in K.S.A. 40-2209d) have from 2 and 50 employees. From tax year 2013 on, these credits are only available to corporations subject to the Kansas corporate income tax (C corporations).

  • Obtain Kansas Department of Revenue schedule K-57.
  • Small businesses may optionally register here and print a copy of their registration. (Note to take the credit, small businesses must file schedule K-57.)

Federal Tax Credits

There are also federal tax credits available through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act passed in 2010. See the Internal Revenue Service website for more information.
Go to for other information regarding ACA and small businesses.

Small Business Insurance

We’ve designed business insurance information to help you, the small business owner:

For information on the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, see
The Kansas Department of Insurance is here to help with your insurance needs. We can also assist if you have a claims problem. Contact the Consumer Assistance Division: 800-432-2484 (in Kansas only); or 785-296-3071 (out-of-state callers) or email

Other Resources

The above are links to other websites that are not maintained by the Kansas Department of Insurance. A link to another website does not represent an endorsement of that site by the Department.