Contributions are limited to $2,500 per employee.
Contributions are limited to $2,500 per family.
Contributions are limited to $5,000 per family
The Affordable Care Act does not effect FSA contributions.
Congress' authority to mandate the purchase of health insurance
The Commerce Clause
The First Amendment
Congress' authority to levy taxes
Premiums will increase by 75% or more.
Premiums will go down, but not as much as for those who get premium assistance.
Premiums will increase 5% to 10%
Premiums will increase between 25% and 50%
Because they have a family policy, they have to repay $600.
Because they file taxes with three personal exemptions, they have to repay $2,500 or reduce their subsidy in a future year.
Because they earned more than 400% of the poverty level, they must pay the IRS the entire $10,290 as additional tax.
No financial impact, because the year in which the credits were used is over.
No one; this requirement was repealed
All businesses regardless of size
Companies with 100 or more employees
Employers required to file 250 or more W-2's
Until they turn 25
Until they turn 26
Until they turn 27
Until they turn 28
Individuals and families with incomes up to three times that of the federal poverty level.
Individuals and families with incomes up to four times that of the federal poverty level.
Individuals and families with incomes up to five times that of the federal poverty level.
None of the above
Higher fees for preventive services
A tax on indoor tanning services
Cuts to Medicare Advantage
None, a four person family will not qualify for a premium subsidy
It depends on how many are claimed for personal exemption on the family's tax return.