Health Insurance Mandate Delayed For Medium-Sized Employers

February 12, 2014
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Obama Administration delays health insurance mandate for medium-sized employers

For the second time since last year, the White House is giving certain employers a grace period before they must offer health insurance to almost all their full-time workers.
Under the new rules announced this week, medium-sized employers (50 to 99 employees) will be given until 2016 before they must offer health insurance to their full-time employees.
While no such moratorium has been announced for large employers with 100+ employees, they too will be given a different kind of one-year grace period. Instead of being required to offer coverage to 95 percent of full-time workers in 2015, these larger employers can avoid penalties by offering insurance to 70 percent of them next year.
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