Repeal of Free Choice Voucher Provision is Good News for Employers


A budget bill signed on April 15 included the repeal of all provisions of PPACA relating to "free choice vouchers." The voucher provision would have gone into effect in 2014. It required all employers (not just large employers) who offered a group health plan and paid part of their employees' premium cost to provide "free choice vouchers" to each "qualified employee."

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