Size Matters: Determining Group Size under the ACA
|Course Name:||Size Matters: Determining Group Size under the ACA|
|Provider Name:||ComedyCE.com LLC|
|CE Credits:||1 hour|
Size matters — everybody knows that. And when we’re talking about group health insurance, sometimes it’s good to be little and sometimes it’s good to be big. The problem is that the Affordable Care Act doesn’t make it easy to determine whether a company is a small or large group, and that’s because there are FIVE different definitions of small and large group in the health reform law. There’s one definition related to the small group tax credit, another for the employer mandate, a third for the market rules, a fourth for the MLR calculations, and a fifth that’s used for SHOP exchange eligibility. In this class, we explain the different ways to determine group size and focus on those that brokers and their clients are most concerned about.