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Kaiser: Help Small Groups Employees Avoid Tax Penalties

Dec 05, 2019

A new California law requires all state residents to have qualifying health coverage beginning January 1, 2020 — or face state tax penalties. To help your clients' employees avoid these penalties, Kaiser Permanente offering a special open enrollment period from October 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019.

 

This special open enrollment period is open to all small group employees who previously declined Kaiser Permanente coverage and is only valid for a January 1, 2020 effective date.

 

Download Kaiser Permanente's flyer for more information. Kaiser Permanente has provided the following message if you'd like to share this message with your employers:

 

Help your employees who previously declined coverage avoid tax penalties with a special open enrollment period

A new California law requires all state residents to have qualifying health coverage for each month in 2020 — or face state tax penalties. To help your employees, their spouse or domestic partner, and their dependents get the required coverage, Kaiser Permanente is offering them a special open enrollment period from October 1 to December 31, 2019. This special open enrollment is only valid for a January 1, 2020 effective date — just in time for them to avoid financial penalties. Only Small Business employees, their spouse or domestic partner, and their dependents, who previously declined Kaiser Permanente coverage are eligible for this special enrollment period.

 

For questions, please contact a member of your B&P Sales Team - 888.722.3373.

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