Employee Counting Method for Group Health Plans
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It is important for employers who sponsor a group health plan to know the proper employee counting method in order to adequately determine what possible laws, regulations, fees and penalties apply to a health plan.
There are many laws and regulations that are applicable to certain employers based on how many employees they have and how they should be counting these employees. Figuring out who is covered and if the laws apply, can be complicated and results in unintentional noncompliance.
To help simplify any potential confusion, our team of compliance experts has created a group health plan employee counting method chart that employers can utilize to properly administer their health plans.
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