The notice period for informing employees of their options in the Health Insurance Marketplace as part of the Affordable Care Act is October 1, 2013.
You may be wondering:
- Are all employers subject to the notice requirement?
- Which employees should be getting information on the health insurance marketplace as required under the Affordable Care Act?
- When should notices be sent?
- What is the correct verbiage to use in these notices?
The article “What Do Employers Need to Know About the ACA Marketplace Notices?” does a great job with answering these questions and more in layman’s terms. Be sure to read the article for guidance on next steps.
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