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President Signs Bill to Delay ACA Cadillac Tax Until 2020

President Signs Bill to Delay ACA Cadillac Tax Until 2020

On Monday morning, President Obama signed legislation that will delay the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) Cadillac tax for two more years. Pending any further delays or a complete repeal, the excise tax is now scheduled to take effect beginning in January 2020. Along with the delay, the language in the bill makes the Cadillac tax […]

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Tips for What’s Ahead in 2016 for the Affordable Care Act

Tips for Whats Ahead in 2016 for the Affordable Care Act

As the New Year approaches, employers are gearing up for another wave of changes from the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With just a few more provisions left to go into effect, employers are starting to feel the pressure in order to comply with the requirements of the health care reform law. Here are three important […]

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6.6 Million Choose Paying Penalties over Healthcare Coverage

By Richard A. McGrath, CIC, LIA For the first time this year, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as Obamacare, imposed a penalty on American taxpayers for not having health insurance. The Obama administration estimated that 6 million people would pay the penalty. Instead, 6.6 million people paid the penalty, which is 10 percent […]

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Time to Trade-In the Cadillac Health Plan

By Richard A. McGrath, CIC, LIA In a few years, millions of Americans will likely be trading in their Cadillacs for Corollas. We’re not talking about cars.  The government invested billions into General Motors, so driving a Cadillac would be protecting your investment. But if you have a “Cadillac” health plan – one that costs […]

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