More businesses may be required to pay health care penalties

05/24/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

More small businesses than first anticipated might be forced to pay a tax penalty under a health care reform provision that requires premiums to be less than 9.5% of a worker's household income, according to a study by Mercer. Critics say it can be hard for a business owner to determine workers' household income.

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