Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Fwd: 26%

'The latest analysis of the so-called "Cadillac tax" on rich medical plans projects one in four employers offering health benefits "could be affected" by the regulation in 2018 if they don't make changes to their benefit structures…

Starting in 2018, employers pay a 40% tax on costs of health plans that are above $10,200 per individual and $27,500 for family coverage.

The Kaiser Family Foundation, which looked at a sampling of nearly 2,000 employers that range in size from more than 5,000 workers to fewer than five employees, said the tax could impact even more employers as their costs rise. Kaiser researchers said nearly one-third, or 30%, of employers could be affected by 2023, rising to 42% of employers in 2028'

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