The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released a review of the rules regarding when a family becomes ineligible for the Covered California subsidy after being offered employer-sponsored health insurance. While the presentation is geared toward health insurance agents, there is good information relevant to everyone in the file. As CMS notes, gaining employer-sponsored health insurance while enrolled in Covered California is a Common Complex Situation.
Covered California will begin contacting employers of Covered California individuals and families notifying them that their employee is receiving Obamacare premium assistance. Only employers for whom enrolled Covered California members have provided employer contact information will be sent the notification. The letters will alert the employer that they may be subject to the employer shared responsibility payment if they have 50 or more employees.
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