American Benefits Council
Threat of Health Care ‘Cadillac Tax’ Set to Vanish
Congress, White House include a repeal of the excise tax in 2020 funding legislation that's expected to be signed into law by Friday.
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?
Eleventh-Hour Budget Deal Hikes Pension Premiums, Again
The premiums plan sponsors pay to the PBGC, which already were to rise, were hiked again to pay for a funding deficit just before the House passed the bill.
Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: How Costly?
Many companies will see modest new benefits-related costs as a result of the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.
Health Reform: The November Issue
If Mitt Romney is elected President, all bets are off for the Affordable Care Act.
What the Elections Will Mean for Health Care
The Presidential race and which party wins control of the Senate may dictate much about health-care reform and its costs for years to come.