Voters Oppose the 40 Percent Tax on Health Benefits
As Congress prepares to vote on budget reconciliation legislation that includes a provision to repeal the 40 percent tax on health benefits, a recent National Association of Manufacturers, Business Roundtable and U.S. Chamber of Commerce poll finds that voters and employers are united in their concerns about the tax.
- 52% of voters say the tax will “harm the quality of health care.”
- 76% of Americans say they are concerned about the 40 percent tax.
- 66% of voters say the tax should be delayed or repealed.
See the full results of the poll here, and read the news release on the poll here.
For more information on the tax, and why it should be repealed, visit the National Coalition on Benefits website.
Protect health benefits. Support a two-year delay of the 40 percent tax.
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