Employers with between 50 and 99 employees won't have to comply with PPACA group coverage mandates until Jan. 1, 2016.
Penalty, schmenalty. More than 25% in new Gallup Poll say they'll pay fine rather than pay for insurance.
Respondents to a new poll say they expect to pay more.
That's the view from non-partisan policy wonks, watchdogs, surveys and others without stake in the game.
One in 10 Americans report improvement in health insurance situation over the past year.
Employers exploring ways to contain costs while complying with PPACA may be turning to gap coverage.
A new alliance between the Iowa and Nebraska Credit Union Leagues and CoOportunity Health, a multistate co-op, is poised to offer another health insurance choice that features lower expenses and more benefits.
Society for Human Resource Management cites difficulties but says no train wreck seen coming.
Researchers claim 30 million Americans will still be uninsured come 2016.
CUNA Mutual Group is spinning off its Employee Benefits book of business – including some 3,200 credit unions – to Digital Insurance Inc. in Atlanta.