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Combatting the Cadillac Tax With Wellness

by Brian Eastwood | October 27, 2015

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The Affordable Care Act’s so-called “Cadillac tax” of high-priced employer insurance plans has drawn the ire of Presidential candidates, members of Congress, and the general public. All fear that the intentions of the tax – penalizing generous plans that let members receive costly healthcare services they don’t always need – will instead cause employers to cut the benefits that Americans workers have come to count on.

This month’s Domain Monitor will examine how employers can use another provision of the ACA – tying 30 percent of the cost of healthcare coverage to wellness programs – to trim healthcare spending without adversely affecting employee benefits.

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