Employers who offer health plans must begin reporting the value of employees’ health benefits to the Internal Revenue Service on their W-2 forms. That rule takes effect for large employers (those who file 250 or more W-2 forms) for tax year 2012 W-2 forms, usually filed in January 2013. The IRS has said the reporting is optional for smaller employers until they file their tax year 2013 forms.
The existence of Covered California and how employees can access it.
Potential eligibility for federal assistance if the health plan offered by your business is “unaffordable” based on criteria under the health care law and if the employee household income is below certain thresholds.
Possible loss of employer contribution to health coverage if employees choose to purchase health insurance through Covered California’s Individual Exchange.
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