After Another Cadillac Tax Delay, Now What?
With the tax perhaps unlikely to ever take effect, should companies still factor it into their benefits planning and strategies?
Cadillac Tax, Proposed Delay Don’t Pass Smell Test
The government's deceit regarding the tax on rich health plans, and a possible delay in its effective date, aren't doing plan sponsors any favors.
A Majority of Companies Now Like the ACA
However, employers' disdain for several aspects of the law, and their wish for changes to it, remain intact.
As core strategies for containing employee health-care costs diminish in effectiveness, companies need fresher approaches.
Employers Wouldn’t Alter Health Benefits upon ACA Repeal
Not even a repeal of the unpopular employer mandate would spur most companies to change their health benefits strategies.
Health Care: Whatever Happens, Most Companies Will Stand Pat
Companies say they'll still adhere to many ACA provisions, even if federal government policies allow them not to.
TrumpCare Could Cause Cost Shift To Employers, Experts Warn
Millions of newly uninsured could cause a spike in costs for health-care providers, who likely would pass the costs on to private payers.
Cap on Benefits Tax Breaks Could Shake up Companies
The days of a total tax exclusion for employer-sponsored insurance may be numbered.
Special Report: Smart Tax Planning
Current political uncertainties are making tax planning a big challenge for corporate America.
ACA Is a Bane to Smaller Companies
Those with revenue of $10M to $50M would benefit if the law were replaced, says a small-business adviser.
ACA Is a Drain on Corporate Coffers
If the Affordable Care Act is fully repealed, employers will surely benefit, says an attorney who helped create it nine years ago.