Congress Votes to Allow States to Keep Definition of Small Employer at 50

John GarnerCompliance, Resources

Both houses of Congress have passed a bill, the Protecting Affordable Coverage for Employers (PACE) Act, that will allow States to continue to have discretion to define small groups as either not more than 50 employees or not more than 100 employees.  While this could be good news for employers with 51-100 employees, it is too soon to pop open the champagne.

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