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Supreme Court to Address Same-Sex Marriage: Effect on Employer-Sponsored Group Health Plans (PDF)
ABD Employee BenefitsLink to more items from this source
Jan. 22, 2015

"In the context of employer-sponsored group health plans, such a decision by the Court would affect employees residing in a state that currently does not recognize same-sex marriage (and imposes a state income tax). In these states, the Court's decision ... would: [1] Eliminate the requirement for employers to impute state income tax in the amount of the employer's contribution toward a same-sex spouse's coverage, and [2] Allow employees to pay for the same-sex spouse's coverage on a pre-tax basis for state income tax purposes. The Court's decision may also lead to more state insurance mandates requiring fully insured plans to offer coverage to same-sex spouses on the same terms as opposite-sex spouses."

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