The penalty at issue (enacted by last year's health care reform law) is intended to prevent employers from selecting health care plans that favor "highly compensated individuals" (HCI). HCIs are currently defined as the top 25 percent of wage earners or the five highest paid officers. This definition is sure to have the greatest impact on small businesses. With so few employees, they will be the group most impacted by this penalty.
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