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Federal Government Further Refines Individual Mandate Penalties
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Jan. 29, 2014
"If employee contributions to HRA amounts are used to pay premiums, then they would be counted as part of the employee's required contribution, when determining whether or not coverage is unaffordable. If HRA funds are used not for premiums but to pay cost-sharing amounts, such as copays and deductibles, then those contributions could not be counted. Of course, the HRA must be offered in conjunction with a major medical health plan in order to impact this determination[.]"

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