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 Can an employer exclude employees on Medicare from health insurance?

Answer Medicare is designed to be a secondary form of insurance, while employer-provided health insurance is considered primary. Employers with 20 or more employees must extend health care coverage to all... Read More »
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Can an employer offer guaranteed issue group insurance plan and exclude certain conditions on an individual?

No Answer No, these types of plans can not discriminate. The plan can have specific exclusions but they must be applied equally for all employees.
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Employer pay MEdicare tax?

Employer and employee each contribute the 1.45% amount for the medicare insurance on all of your gross earnings for the year. The combined amount is would be 2.9% on all of your gross earning for t... Read More »
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Can an employer offer only some employees benefits and not others?

Answer I guess your HR department. I'm not quite sure of the question that your asking. Would COBRA be applicable?
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Does an employer need to notify employees of health insurance changes?


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