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The ACA's Cadillac Tax: What Employers Need to Know
Liebert Cassidy WhitmoreLink to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
Apr. 2, 2015
"Employers will be responsible for calculating whether the health plans employees enroll in provide an excess benefit. The calculations are based on the health coverage the employee actually enrolls in, not just what is offered to the employee. ALL employer plans, not just large employers, are potentially subject to the Cadillac Tax.... Similar to the COBRA rules, the Treasury anticipates the cost of applicable coverage for an employee will be based on the average costs of applicable coverage for an employee and all similarly situated employees, rather than based on the characteristics of each individual."

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