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%
They would not be eligible for premium assistance.
They would receive slightly less in premium assistance, because they share a common health policy.
They would get the same premium assistance as long as they maintain separate health insurance policies.
They would receive the same assistance as a married couple as if they are single.
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.
Small business group health plans
Self-funded group health plans
Individual health policies
Large company health plans
No one; this requirement was repealed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
Businesses with more than 200 full-time employees
Businesses with more than 200 employees
State and federal government agencies
Employers with less than 50 employees may offer self-funded health insurance plans
Employers must inform their employees of the availability of health insurance exchanges
Children up to age 26 may only remain on a parent's health insurance policy if the child is not eligible for employer-provided insurance
A 40% excise tax on high-cost health insurance policies
Affordable Care Act
American Care Act
Affordable Care Council
American Care Council