What To Do While Waiting For Cadillac Tax To Hit The Road

By Stephanie Vasconcellos (April 2, 2019, 2:58 PM EDT) -- The Affordable Care Act contains a provision — commonly referred to as the "Cadillac tax" — that provides for a nondeductible 40 percent excise tax on certain "high cost" employer-sponsored health coverage. The provision, which was originally slated to take effect in 2018, has been actively opposed by employers and insurers, who would ultimately be responsible for paying the tax.

Many claim the provision is not only overreaching, but that its broad scope will force employers to reduce or even eliminate benefits to avoid paying the hefty tax.

If implemented, the Cadillac tax is expected to serve as one of the...

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