Only 9 percent of employers believe the Affordable Care Act won't be repealed. (Photo: iStock)

Employers are, by and large, expecting a repeal of the Affordable Care Act — but of course it’s not yet known when a repeal might take place, or how much of an effect it will have on employers. In fact, how a repeal could affect them depends on a number of factors.

According to a survey conducted by insurance and financial services companies association LIMRA in December of 2016 among 1,400 companies, employers’ planned responses to an expected repeal of the ACA vary, depending on the size and even the location of those businesses.

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