Affordability Standard Calculator
Employee's spouses who have access to health benefits that meet affordability and minimum value standards as defined by the Affordable Care Act are not eligible for enrollment in UVA's health plans, UNLESS the spouse’s employer does not offer in-network coverage for health options at the spouse’s residence. If your spouse is employed and eligible for affordable health care from his/her employer that provides minimum value, he/she is not eligible to be a dependent on your health coverage unless his/her employer does not offer in-network coverage for health options at the spouse’s residence.
Use the following calculator to help determine if employer-based coverage meets the affordability standard as derived from the federal Affordable Care Act. Employer-based coverage is considered "affordable" if it does not exceed 9.12% of the employee's income.
NOTE: The affordability standard calculator only determines if your spouse’s coverage meets the affordability standard. Check with your spouse’s employer to determine if their employer-sponsored coverage meets the minimum value standard. If either the affordability standard OR the minimum value standard is not met, your spouse is eligible for coverage on the UVA Health Plan.