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Despite an order by Trump to minimize the burden of the Affordable Care Act, industry experts say nothing will happen soon, and even after any repeals, plan sponsors may keep doing what they are doing.
The American Benefits Council issued a letter of support for the bill.
How will Trump’s presidency affect employer-sponsored health benefits?
As the country moves forward from an election where the future of the health care system was at the forefront, a new survey reveals some of the most pressing benefits concerns among employers.
An HSA in conjunction with an HDHP enables employees to set aside pretax dollars to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses
Employers have introduced a number of tactics to control costs, and many are turning to consultants to help with compliance.
The lumber producer made changes to its health care plan, falling out of “grandfathered” status under the ACA, but kept administering it as a “grandfathered” plan.
Bruce Ashton, partner at Drinker, Biddle and Reath LLP, shared his thoughts at the 2016 PLANADVISER National Conference about what the outcome of the presidential election could mean for the employee benefits industry.
According to preliminary findings from a new survey by Mercer, with health benefit costs stabilizing and the excise tax delay, employers are considering less cost cutting.