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Though companies with fewer than 50 full-time equivalent employees aren’t required to offer them, if they offer major medical coverage, it must:
When it comes to benefits requirements, keep the following in mind:
Employers are required to provide notice about health insurance marketplaces to all new employees within 14 days of hire. Learn more
Benefits waiting periods
Keep enrollment waiting periods to 90 days or less.
Summary of benefits and coverage
If your company offers major medical insurance benefits to its workforce, a summary of benefits and coverage must be provided to all major medical insurance applicants and enrollees before benefits enrollment or re-enrollment. The SBC must provide an accurate description of the benefits and coverage under the applicable plan or coverage.
Employers are responsible for keeping detailed records of employment status and hours worked by their employees. Tracking involves important details for full- and part-time employees issued by the federal government, including measurement periods and reassessment.
If your company offers a group health plan, exiting employees must receive a COBRA notification that includes information about health insurance marketplaces. Learn more
$7,150 – individual coverage
$14,300 – family coverage
$6,550 – individual coverage
$13,100 – family coverage
$3,400 – individual
$6,750 – family
$1,300 – individual coverage
$2,600 – family coverage
*Catch-up contributions up to $1,000 can be made any time during the year in which the health savings account participant turns 55.
Make Aflac part of your benefits package today. Contact your agent or contact Aflac today.
This material is intended to provide general information about an evolving topic and does not constitute legal, tax or accounting advice regarding any specific situation. Aflac cannot anticipate all the facts that a particular employer or individual will have to consider in the benefits decision-making process. We strongly encourage readers to discuss their HCR situations with their advisors to determine the actions they need to take or to visit healthcare.gov (which may also be contacted at 1-800-318-2596) for additional information.
Coverage is underwritten by American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus. In New York, coverage is underwritten by American Family Life Assurance Company of New York.