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Will Employers Have a Cheat Sheet for 2015 ACA Decisions?
Moulder Law Link to more items from this source
Jan. 29, 2014

"An employer offering compliant Play or Pay Mandate coverage to its workforce in 2014 should not receive any notice from the Exchanges. However, if an employer did not offer coverage to its workforce, offered coverage that did not provide minimum value, or offered coverage that was not affordable, the employer should receive a notice for each employee who is receiving a premium tax credit in 2014. Employers receiving the notices will have a valuable piece of information to make their Play or Pay decision in 2015."

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