Tax on Nonprofits Could Snare Companies, Too
A new excise tax on executive pay at tax-exempt entities may also apply to their affiliated for-profit companies, IRS guidance suggests.
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.
Don’t Count on ACA Repeal Anytime Soon
Republicans may not be able to quickly dismantle President Obama's signature health-care law.
Modify, Not Replace, the ACA: Corporate Health Leader
Save the good and revise the bad, says Brian Marcotte of the National Business Group on Health
New Cures for Health Costs
Innovative ways to engage employees offer hope for bringing health care spending under control.
Special Report: Managing Health Care Costs
Companies race against the clock and employ new strategies in their bid to avoid an onerous excise tax that takes effect in four years.
Employers Feeling Pain of Obamacare Compliance
Half of the employers surveyed by Mercer say the additional administrative burden of proving compliance has been "very significant."
Obamacare’s Cadillac Tax Must Be Repealed
Former Senate tax counsel Christopher Condeluci lays out a plan to replace the tax in a way that would meet both Democratic and Republican policy goals.
Forces Join to Fight the ACA’s ‘Cadillac Tax’
Companies and others are loudly decrying the impending excise tax on high-cost health plans — and for good reason.
Rise in Health Plan Costs to Continue in 2016
The rate of cost growth for health-care benefits is slowing but is still well above increases in the Consumer Price Index.
National Sales Tax Wouldn’t Depress Consumer Spending: Study
When a tax on consumption is a "distinct percentage add-on," U.S. consumers tend to pay little attention, say researchers.