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1. What’s the ACA definition of small employer?
This is complicated, but essentially when determining the rules insurance companies must follow for health plans, “they generally count all employees (full- and part-time) and companies with 50 or fewer total employees as small groups in most states (although in some states the cut-off is 100 employees), according to HPA’s new white paper called — 10 ACA FAQs for Small Employers. The group notes that for 2016, companies with 100 or fewer total employees will be classified as a small employer in every state.
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