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Beginning in 2014, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) imposes financial penalties on certain employers who don’t offer health insurance coverage and on some employers who do offer coverage.
Learn the essential facts about these penalties in this NFIB Research CribSheet.
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The safe harbor provision described above raised doubts about dependents’ access to exchanges and subsidies. The current proposed rule says that in order to avoid penalties, a large employer must offer affordable coverage to FTs and must offer coverage to FTs’ dependents. However, the dependent coverage need not be affordable. If the dependent coverage is not affordable, the dependents may access the individual exchanges for coverage and subsidies. However, the rule substantially reduced the amount of subsidies available to dependents (up to age 26).
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