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SHRM Files Comments on Health Care Child Coverage Rule
Extending Dependent Child Coverage Up to Age 26—COBRA Implications
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Young Adult Coverage Until Ages 26 or 27 Explained
Payment of Coverage for Eligible Adult Child Permitted on Pretax Basis
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‘Temporary Complication’ in Coverage of Young Adults Poses Challenges
Treasury, DOL and HHS Issue Interim Rule on Child Coverage to Age 26
Federal Law, Some State Laws Differ in Coverage of Adult Children of Domestic Partners
IRS Issues Guidelines on Nontaxable Dependent Coverage
Dependent Eligibility Audits Impacted by Reform Law
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