What HR leaders need to know about the Cadillac Tax

The high-cost plan tax (or "Cadillac Tax") outlined in the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to take effect in 2018. Many employers are hoping the tax will be repealed, but repealing the tax would require finding a way to offset the expected revenue from the tax: about $90 billion over 10 years.

I sat down with my colleagues Piper Su, the Advisory Board's Vice President for Health Policy, and Yulan Egan, Senior Consultant and expert on employer benefit strategies, to discuss the Cadillac Tax and its implications for employers.

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