When Can an Employer Reimburse Individual Premiums?
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Determine in what situations an employer can reimburse individual premiums.
In most cases, under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), employers cannot legally pay for or otherwise reimburse an employee for any individual health plan premiums. This rule applies to applicable large employers (ALEs) and non-applicable large employers (non-ALES). Understand the special circumstances in which an employer is permitted to cover the costs of an employee’s health plan outside of the employer-sponsored plan.
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