Cadillac Tax Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Get answers to commonly asked questions about the health care law's excise tax and its potential effect on businesses.

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Have 50 or more full-time equivalent employees?

Discover five things to prepare for potential employer penalties.

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Employer's guide to health care reform

With the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in full swing, this guide helps to answer important questions facing small businesses and offers solutions to help strike the right benefits balance.

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Resources for employees

Straightforward information and tools to help employees make sense of changes to their benefits.

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Health Care Reform Timeline

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News & Events

September 13, 2016

Obama tries to sell insurers on ACA after 2016 defections – Employee Benefits News

President Barack Obama met with top executives from more than a dozen health insurers, including Humana Inc. and Cigna Corp., to re-affirm his support for the Affordable Care Act after several companies retreated from the law’s government-run insurance markets.

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September 13, 2016

Would You Like Some Insurance With Your Insurance? – NPR

Next year, the cost of one of the most popular plans available under the Affordable Care Act could increase by 10 percent on average across the country. That comes on top of a 5 percent jump the year before.

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September 7, 2016

'Young Invincibles' Remain Elusive for Obamacare – U.S. News & World Report

President Barack Obama's health care law is struggling to make significant inroads with a crucial demographic critical to the program's success, according to new enrollment figures.

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September 5, 2016

Higher ACA exchange rates offer group market lessons – Employee Benefits News

As evidence mounts that rates for health plans sold on public exchanges are rising higher than expected and causing large insurers to cut and run from this marketplace, brokers and advisers can glean useful information from these developments.

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