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CR Includes Delay of “Cadillac Tax”

The continuing resolution passed by Congress on January 22 includes a delay of the so-called “Cadillac Tax” on employer-provided health insurance for two years, until 2022...
January 24, 2018

The continuing resolution (CR) passed by Congress on January 22 includes a delay of the so-called “Cadillac Tax” on employer-provided health insurance for two years, until 2022. The Cadillac tax would apply a 40 percent excise tax to fully insured and self-funded employer health plans and would be levied on premium amounts higher than estimated thresholds of $10,800 for individual coverage and $29,100 for family coverage. PIA, along with other stakeholders, advocated for the two-year delay, and also supports bipartisan legislation to fully repeal the tax.

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