Yes and no, depends on the circumstances. Are they similar situated individuals? Does the employer care about the premiums being tax deductible?
No. The employer cannot force you not to take the coverage. However, if you don't want you may have to sign a waiver.
No, an employer cannot suspend health coverage if the employee pays part of premium. as per Law.In case where the employer pays the entire premium, he can suspend health coverage on one pretext or other.But when the premium is equally shared by both the employer and employee, it would be a contractual violation and the employee can sue against his employer for remedy.
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Only if the employee is illegal. then fire him.
No, They can not
If an employer has the agreement that the employee receives money for a health insurance savings account or some other plan, they can receive money. It is up to the employer whether they want to directly compensate the employee or provide insurance.
The Cobra health insurance temporarily extends the coverage by your sponsor or employer. This implies that you can get it after a loss of a job or loss of benefits.
Contact your human resource or personnel department people. If you have to self-pay for your health insurance coverage at your workplace you may be able to select not paying for it and decline the coverage. It depends on the insurance laws in your state and what is the policy at your workplace. If your employer pays for the insurance for you and you don't have to pay anything then why turn it down? Medical care is very expensive. And if you lose your job you may be able to continue that coverage until you have coverage from a new job.
I don't know anything in the Code that requires it. The EmployER application for Group Medical Coverage asks if an Employer would like to allow an employee to keep coverage for up to 6 months. What if the Employer is only paying a portion of the premium? The Employee would still have to pay his portion. For a copy of the Blue Cross employer application Question # 10 http://www.quotit.net/eproIFP/webpages/applications/applications_group.asp?license_no=0596610 There is always COBRA
Private health insurance is an alternative to government issued health insurance. It can be provided through a union or employer or one can purchase it from a private health insurance company.
The employer does not have to pay for the spouse's coverage. It can be offered to the employee and the cost taken from his/her paycheck to cover the spouse. There is no legal requirement for the employer to offer coverage for spouses -- even at the employee's expense. However, it would be very unusual for a plan to cover only employees and not have coverage available for spouses and children.
Yes if the employer is claiming the credit the amount of the medical insurance premium that the employer is paying on behalf of the employee will be included on the W-2 form to inform the employee of the amount that the employer is paying for the employee.
My employer requires that my husband participate in his company's health insurance or they will drop him from their insurance. Insurance is a choice offered as a benefit by the employer because the employer is paying a portion of the cost to be insured. You do not have to participate if you don't want to. Also, the question being answered is that can an employer force an employee's spouse to take coverage offered elsewhere: NO. If a company offers a family health plan, they CANNOT specify that a spouse take other insurance if available. They CAN require that if you are declining coverage from them (your own employer), that you show you have coverage elsewhere.
An employer can choose not to pay for health insurance for any employees but can not discriminate by paying for some employees in a qualified class and not others.
AnswerCan they? Yes. Should they? No.
Once per year, individuals who receive health insurance through their employer have the option to change their coverage or keep their current coverage.
Under most circumstances you can drop coverage at open enrollment. You can check with your benefits administrator to see if there are any qualifying events that may allow you to drop earlier. Also, in some circumstances you can not drop coverage even if you want to. Here in CA if the employer's health insurance contract calls for the employer to pay 100% of the employees premium the employee can not decline coverage. Very often you will see a contract written at 99% even though the employer actually pays all of it just for that reason.
Cobra is the health insurance taken by an individual to replace his employer subsidized health insurance while shifting between two jobs, in order to maintain his status of continuous coverage.
No. See link for citation.