Is Your Company a ‘Large Employer’ Under the Affordable Care Act?  Counting Employees and Assessing the Options

Wendy K. Voss and Jesse L. Noa
Bloomberg BNA

When the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate kicks in, covered employers will be required to provide health benefits for employees and their dependents or they must pay a penalty. The effective date of the requirement varies and employers will need to take inventory of their workforces to determine what their coverage requirements are and when they will take effect, attorneys Wendy K. Voss and Jesse L. Noa say in this BNA Insights article.

In this Part I of a three-part series, Ms. Voss and Mr. Noa of the Wilmington, Del., firm
Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP examine the most recent regulations on the issue and offer
a rundown of the requirements.

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