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More on Health Savings Accounts and Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit from ABA Audio Conference
Human Capital Advisory ServicesLink to more items from this source
Jan. 20, 2004
Excerpt: If an employer sponsored a retiree pay-all drug plan, the employer could still receive the 28 percent subsidy, if the plan were actuarially equivalent to Medicare Part D, but it would seem impossible that a retiree pay-all plan could be actuarially equivalent to Part D. [It also seems impossible that a retiree would participate in such a plan once Part D is available!]

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