Ask the Expert Mailbag: Employee Benefits Week Edition

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When it comes to compliance, sometimes it helps to share specific cases and how employment lawyers approached them. Today, we share three benefits-related questions submitted to our employment lawyers, along with their answers.

Learn whether to give a 1095-C form to an employee who declined coverage, whether offering higher plan contributions for more tenured employees is discrimination, and details about state Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) laws.

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Is an employer supposed to supply an employee with a 1095-C form if the employee was offered health coverage but declined it—for example, because

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