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When it comes to the “Cadillac” tax, there’s no escaping death and taxes | Ohio Employee Benefits Advisors

The 2015 UBA Health Plan Survey data reveals who will not escape the 40% excise tax to take effect in 2020. The “Cadillac” tax, now called the excise tax, was originally set to start in 2018, but legislation passed the end of 2015 delayed the start date by two years. The Patient Protection and Affordable … Continued

The fast-fading days of retiree health coverage

The number of companies offering coverage of any type to retirees has dwindled, from 66 percent in 1988 to 28 percent last year.

Private Exchanges May Offer Shelter from Cadillac Tax

Avoiding, or at least putting off, the so-called Cadillac tax in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is on a lot of employers’ minds. One of the best ways to do so is by moving employees to one of the burgeoning number of private insurance exchanges.

CBO lowers health reform ‘Cadillac’ tax, employer penalty estimates

CBO nearly halves the revenue expected to be collected from the Cadillac tax.