employer sponsored insurance
Congress may vote soon to delay it by two years.
Requiring employers to enroll workers in health coverage automatically had few champions, and some powerful enemies.
Premiums aren't going up quickly, but deductibles are.
The tax starts in 2018, but many employers are making changes to their health care plans now to avoid the tax in the future.
One can argue that the private insurance industry should be regarded as obsolete and not worth saving. However, the ACA has extended its life, including almost $2 trillion in federal subsidies over the next ten years.
It’s also worth noting that those couples -- same-sex or opposite-sex -- do still pay extra taxes on their domestic-partner
Why should your employer have any say whatsoever about how you manage your reproductive health? Why? Can you think of one good reason? Your employer, of all people, influencing the most intimate decisions in your life -- could anything be more ridiculous?
Opponents of the national health care reform law argue that waivers exempting businesses, labor unions and even entire states are evidence that the new law is onerous. Those criticisms are misleading.
As employers struggle with rising healthcare costs and a sour economy, U.S. workers for the first time in at least a decade
There is an email making the rounds claiming that the new health reform law requires you to pay taxes on your employer-sponsored health insurance. It's not true. Politifact rates this email "pants on fire" and Snopes calls it "false."