Most wellness programs don't count as part of minimum coverage

05/2/2013 | Reuters

Only wellness initiatives that are developed to prevent smoking will meet employer-sponsored minimum coverage requirements under new Internal Revenue Service rules. Businesses must pay an excise tax if they fail to offer minimum health care coverage, thus forcing a worker to purchase health coverage through a public insurance exchange.

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