Employer Assessment

Date: February 23, 2016 Last Edit: February 26, 2016

Related Content: Issues Healthcare Vermont

Despite the shutdown of Vermont Health Connect to employers in September 2014, the state continues to require employers to pay a quarterly tax payment; the first 4 full-time equivalent employees are exempt from the tax. The $18 million that is generated annually from this tax is essentially paying to operate a program that no longer exists. NFIB continues to vigorously calling for the repeal of this tax.

Related Content: Issues | Healthcare | Vermont

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