New Non-Discrimination Rules for Insured Health Care Plans May Result in Penalties for Employers

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act includes new non-discrimination rules for insured health care plans maintained by businesses for their employees. Under these new rules, employers may not discriminate in favor of “highly compensated individuals” as to the eligibility to participate in an insured health care plan or as to the benefits provided under an insured health care plan.

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