The ACA Family Glitch and Affordability of Employer Coverage

(By Cynthia Cox, Krutika Amin, Gary Claxton , and Daniel McDermott for Kaiser Family Foundation published April 7, 2021)

Financial assistance to buy health insurance on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplaces is primarily available for people who cannot get coverage through a public program or their employer. Some exceptions are made, however, including for people whose employer coverage offer is deemed unaffordable or of insufficient value. For example, people can qualify for ACA Marketplace subsidies if their employer requires them to spend more than 9.83% of his household income on the company’s health plan premium.  Continue reading the brief here…

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