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“Out-of-pocket maximums may need to change to comply with new guidance” By Amy A. Ciepluch

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According to a new FAQ that the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and the Treasury recently issued, an individual's cost for in-network essential health benefits must never exceed the Affordable Care Act's self-only annual limitation on cost-sharing, regardless of whether the individual has single or family coverage and regardless of whether the plan involved is insured or self-insured.