ICYMI: The ‘Cadillac Tax’ Makes Everyone Sick
In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal on October 12, Tevi Troy, President of the American Health Policy Institute, argues that the 40 percent tax on health benefits created by the Affordable Care Act is poorly designed and, as a result, will amount to a reduction in the overall compensation package that employees receive.
“There are few health care issues that unite Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders with congressional Republicans, or unite unions with business, but opposition to the [40 percent] tax is one.”
“The reason the tax has so many opponents is its impact on American workers.”
Read the American Health Policy Institute study on the consequences of the 40 percent tax on health benefits here.
For more information on the tax, and why it should be repealed, visit the National Coalition on Benefits website.
Protect health benefits. Support legislation to repeal the 40 percent tax.
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