Lawyer: Employers will struggle with ACA nondiscrimination rules

04/23/2013 | Employee Benefit News

A company with 500 employees could face fines of up to $37,500 per day if it violates nondiscrimination rules included in the Affordable Care Act, writes Benjamin Lupin, an ERISA lawyer. The rules bar employers from providing better health care packages to executives and other highly compensated employees. "The real problem ... is that the rules -- as currently written -- are convoluted and hard to apply," Lupin writes.

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