Affordable Care Act regulations call for employer-provided and individual health insurance plans to be assessed a temporary $63-per-person fee set to begin in 2014 and end in 2017. The fee is designed to offset the costs of providing coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. It has been overlooked by many employers, who could see their plan costs increase by millions of dollars, experts say. The expense is expected to be passed along to consumers, according to this article.
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