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If I as emloyer offer health insurance to my emloyee but he ...

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If I as emloyer offer health insurance to my emloyee but he turns it down does he later have the right to ask for the amount I would have spent given to him in his payroll.
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Guru_Guy replied 9 years ago.

If an employee declines to take health insurance, there is no obligation to provide additional money in lieu of the insurance. In fact, many employers are reluctant to do this since offering cash for those who do not take health insurance may make the health insurance costs taxable to all the employees.

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