IX. Offers of Coverage
B. Application to Multiemployer and Single Employer Taft-Hartley Plans, Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements (MEWAs) and Other Similar Arrangements
Commenters requested clarification of whether an offer of coverage under a multiemployer or single employer Taft-Hartley plan, if the employer contributed to the plan on behalf of the employee, constitutes an offer of coverage by the employer for purposes of section 4980H donkey kong kostenlos. The final regulations clarify that for purposes of section 4980H, an offer of coverage includes an offer of coverage made on behalf of an employer, and that this would include an offer made by a multiemployer or single employer Taft-Hartley plan or a MEWA to an employee on behalf of a contributing employer of that employee herunterladen. See section XV.E of this preamble for interim guidance on the application of section 4980H to multiemployer plans.
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