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
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.
Preventive services are specifically defined in the Affordable Care Act
The US Preventive Services Task Force
Jessica will be covered under Sarah's parents' policy. Under new ACA rules, a newborn is assigned to the mother's insurance plan.
Sarah and Dean can decide which of their parents' policies will cover Jessica.
If only one of the plans carried by the parents is offered by an employer that plan will apply for Jessica. Under new ACA rules, employer provided insurance applies before individual insurance.
A new insurance policy must be purchased under which Jessica would be covered.
Individual and family policies (not employer provided)
Businesses with more than 100 employees
Individuals and families
Individuals and small employers
Adults purchasing individual health insurance
Children between ages 21 and 26
No one. Everyone is already protected from pre-existing conditions exclusions.
Where you live
Between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level
Between 138% and 400% of the federal poverty level
Between 50% and 500% of the federal poverty level
Between 100% and 350% of the federal poverty level