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|60% of Employers Say Their Plans Are Likely Trigger the Cadillac Tax -- and Soon|
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans [IFEBP]
Oct. 1, 2015
"[N]early nine in ten employers have calculated whether their health plan will trigger the Cadillac tax, and 60% say that without any future changes, their plan will face the tax.... Of those that are on track to trigger the tax, 62% say they will likely face the tax right away in 2018. An additional 10% say they will hit the tax in 2019, 12% in 2020, and 11% in 2021 or later."
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