Will ACA require my employer pay for my health insurance?

Joane Goodroe

Beginning in 2014, employers with at least 50 full time employees for the past calendar year will be required to offer minimum essential health care coverage for all "full-time employees" or will pay a penalty tax for failing to offer coverage. Full time employees are defined as working at least 30 hours each week

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