Newly proposed Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department health insurance regulations would ease the amount of employee plan coverage information employers would have to report to federal regulators under the health law overhaul, Business Insurance reported. Under the proposed rules published today in the Federal Register, employers would not be required to report cost information related to family coverage. In addition, they would have to report how much of the premium employees will have to pay for single coverage only. Limiting that reporting requirement to single coverage is appropriate, the agencies said, because the new law's affordability test applies only to single coverage, not to family coverage. Under that test, if the premium paid by employees for single coverage exceeds 9.5 percent of household income, the employee is eligible for a federal premium subsidy to purchase coverage in a public insurance exchange. If the employee uses the subsidy, the employer may be liable for a $3,000 penalty.