Case Study 1: Unaffordability Exemption (continued)
Damon's 28-year-old daughter is not eligible for coverage from Damon's employer or government-sponsored coverage. How would Damon determine if his daughter's coverage was affordable?
Damon would look up the second lowest cost silver plan (SLCSP) premium of his daughter. Again, all other household members are left out because they have an employer offer.
Damon would enter these figures in the software, which would compare the final cost of coverage to his affordability threshold (8.05% of income) to determine whether his daughter's coverage was affordable.