Special report: health care… Companies race against the clock and employ new strategies in their bid to avoid an onerous excise tax that takes effect in four years.
Only when it comes to health care would anyone cheer for a 4% annual increase in a major category of corporate expense.
That figure — the average percentage gain in medical claims costs in 2016, according to research by Willis Towers Watson — actually is super, from a historical perspective. Read article.
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Companies race against the clock and employ new strategies in their bid to avoid an onerous excise tax that takes effect in four years.
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