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Are employers required to disclose employee health insurance costs, even if the employer pays 100%?

Cammie Bellamy
StarNews

Q. If asked, are N.C. employers required by law to reveal how much your health care premiums cost them, even if they pay 100 percent?

A. N.C. Department of Insurance spokeswoman Kerry Hall said she is unaware of any state law requiring an employer to disclose the full cost of an employee’s insurance premiums.

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One Response to “ Are employers required to disclose employee health insurance costs, even if the employer pays 100%?”

  1. On February 24, 2015 at 3:47 pm John McMahon wrote:

    It is reported on your W2… Required by Obamacare not state law…



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