What is a Multi-Employer Plan? What if an employer contributes to a Multi-Employer Plan?

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What is a Multi-Employer Plan? What if an employer contributes to a Multi-Employer Plan?

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Multi-Employer Plans Including Those Related to Collective Bargaining Agreements Multi-Employer Health Benefit Plans, are plans to which more than one employer is required to contribute and which are maintained pursuant to one or more collective bargaining agreements. To complete the primary test in the DUA application, the Division of Health Care Finance and Policy has ruled that an Employer that makes a contribution to a Multi-Employer Health Benefit Plan on behalf of a full-time employee may include that full-time employee in the number of employees enrolled in the health plan. Also, for purposes of completing the primary test, an employer under contract with the federal government that makes a contribution to a full-time employee’s benefits in accordance with federal requirements may include that employee in the number of employees enrolled in the health plan.

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Multi-Employer Plans Including Those Related to Collective Bargaining Agreements Multi-Employer Health Benefit Plans are plans to which more than one employer is required to contribute and which are maintained pursuant to one or more collective bargaining agreements. To complete the primary test in the DUA application, the Division of Health Care Finance and Policy has ruled that an Employer that makes a contribution to a Multi-employer Health Benefit Plan on behalf of a full-time employee may include that full-time employee in the number of employees enrolled in the health plan. Also, for purposes of completing the primary test, an Employer under contract with the federal government that makes a contribution to a full-time employee’s benefits in accordance with federal requirements may include that employee in the number of employees enrolled in the health plan.

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